Namibia’s Tourism Industry – Rising From The Ashes?
This new paper asks how Namibia’s tourism industry can recover from the impact of the COVID pandemic – gradual recovery or disruptive transformation?
Depleting Natural Capital
Wildlife poaching, illegal logging, and illegal sand mining have come to characterise Namibia’s struggle to maintain its natural assets in the face of the threats to sustainability posed by climate change. Damage to Namibia’s natural capital has escalated since 2015. This briefing paper maps publicly reported governance failures that are leading to this hugely concerning […]
Policymakers and government officials have maintained for years that agriculture has the potential to significantly contribute to national wealth, job creation and food security. Despite being adopted in theory as an approach that can boost output while protecting the environment, Conservation Agriculture (CA) has struggled to take hold in Namibia. The time is now ripe […]
Managing Windhoek’s Water Crisis
Windhoek’s water crisis was a long time coming. This paper looks at the way forward.