Climate Change – Why Should Namibians Care?
Why should Namibians care about climate change? This is the first in a series of four climate-focused podcast produced by the IPPR with the support of the Hanns Seidel Foundation
Biodiversity & Ecosystems In The Face Of Climate Change
What impact is climate change having on biodiversity and ecosystems?This is the second in a series of four climate-focused podcast produced by the IPPR with the support of the Hanns Seidel Foundation
Agriculture & Climate Change: A Losing Battle?
As global greenhouse gas emissions rise, the climate changes more and more rapidly — posing a major threat to agriculture and therefore the food and nutritional security of the world. This is the third in a series of four climate-focused podcast produced by the IPPR with the support of the Hanns Seidel Foundation.
Climate Adaptation – What Can You Do?
The punishing effects of climate change have been felt by every country in the world. Global warning has caused and is still causing fundamental changes to the climate system, threatening our lives and our planet. The need for adaptation is inevitable – and calls for immediate individual and collective action. This is the last in […]
Countering the Disinfodemic
Frederico Links, the editor of Namibia Fact Check, talks to the IPPR’s Graham Hopwood about the surge in disinformation related to the COVID-19 pandemic that is undermining key public health messages.
Procurement In A State Of Emergency
IPPR Executive Director Graham Hopwood sat down with researcher Frederico Links to discuss how the integrity of the public procurement system can be undermined during a State of Emergency. Namibia’s lockdown has seen normal procedures suspended in favour of emergency procurement.
Tracking Disinformation: Social Media and the 2019 Elections
IPPR research associates Frederico Links and Martha Nangolo discuss how disinformation affected the 2019 Namibian elections.
Election Case Judgement
Frederico Links and Graham Hopwood discuss Wednesday’s election case judgement and what this means for Namibian politics.