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Prof Martina Maria Keitsch of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology illustrated the importance of appropriate long-term solutions through a critical examination of the positive and negative impacts of Norway’s policy and legislation regimen that has promoted the use of electric vehicles.
A second point was that effective solutions for the challenges at hand needed to be systemic to avoid cases of patches of success.
The conference also hosted the launch of the Exxaro Chair’s latest book, Climate Change Education in the SADC School Curriculum, edited by Prof Godwell Nhamo and Dr Soul Shava. The third point was an appreciation of the realisation of the need to discard the current “good and ugly” climate change (and environmental degradation) accelerating practices in favour of cleaner practices. Fourth and finally, the conference presentation converged on the point of learning from a variety of experiences. An unexpected and pleasant surprise was the profound effect the conference had on a number of delegates. As far as possible, the adjustments were inflation linked while remaining competitive to ensure affordability. This was facilitated by organising the conference along four platforms—symposia, academic paper presentations, workshops, and displays.
Vice-Principal for Advisory and Assurance Services at Unisa, Prof Divya Singh, emphasised the need to recognise that inadequately researched short-term solutions may not only be inadequate but also inappropriate in the long run. The Department of Science and Technology Deputy Director General (DDG) Imraan Patel emphasised this need, highlighting the desire for solutions that address all aspects of the social and economic realms of life. This book, among other things, audits the SADC school curriculum to determine the extent to which climate change is addressed.

Many participants have expressed their gratefulness in writing to the conference steering committee mentioning the success and the inspiring nature of the conference.
All the speakers and presenters converged on four major and distinct points supporting the conference motto, Inspire and be inspired. The DGG presented the National Systems of Innovation (NSI) theoretical concept as a framework guiding South Africa’s government drive to a systemic knowledge-driven economy addressing the country’s challenges including climate change and the green economy.
Pictured are some of the authors, Dr Leocadia Zhou (University of Fort Hare), Mirriam Joshua (University of Malawi), Dr Mucha Togo (Unisa), Dr Soul Shava (Unisa), and Prof Godwell Nhamo (Incumbent: Exxaro Chair in Business and Climate Change). Dr Chanho Park from the Global Green Growth Institute shared South Korea’s experience with National Green Growth Strategy. He made specific reference to the National Development Plan and its particular reference to a South Africa transitioning to a low carbon economy by the year 2030 and the relevance of the conference in that journey.
He stated that the progress on the strategy has been driven by a high level political commitment, strong and consistent institutional policy and regulatory frameworks. He emphasised the critical role of both government and the private sector individually and in partnership in addressing the challenges.

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