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D'RAP Webinar Series
MILE together with the eThekwini Municipality-University of KwaZulu-Natal Joint Research Partnership: Durban Research Action Partnership (D’RAP) hosted a webinar where post-doc researchers shared their research progress.

The eThekwini Municipality-University of KwaZulu-Natal Joint Research Partnership established the Durban Research Action Partnership (D’RAP) to bridge the science-action gap and to advance knowledge in biodiversity conservation and management, within the context of global environmental change. The partnership aims to generate both knowledge to assist managers in the Municipality in making biodiversity and conservation decisions, as well as, build capacity by supporting student research activities at the university.

The overall aim of these webinars is to facilitate the engagement between researchers and eThekwini officials.​

Postdoc researchers Dr Matthew Burnett and Dr Refilwe Mofokeng from
the previous D’RAP phase, presented their research.

eThekwini Municipality's Dr Sean O’Donoghue shared and discussed research and management for the Transformative Riverine Management Plan (TRMP).

The webinar provided an opportunity for students and researchers to present on their research progress and share their knowledge on climate change and biodiversity in a management context.   

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