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  • The DLIST Help Line | DLIST Benguela
    website Contact the support team admin dlist benguela org 4 Queries about the courses The academic team will be happy to answer courses dlist benguela org 5 Alternatively you may write a letter to the team at the following address DLIST BCLME Admin 428 Farenden Street Clydesdale 0002 Tshwane South Africa The DLIST Help Line Do you have an environmental question need technical advice or need to find someone who

    Original URL path: http://www.dlist.org/contact (2016-02-18)
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  • Second African Summit on Marine Debris | DLIST Benguela
    proceedings Government publications Newspaper or Magazine article Notices Policy Promotional material Report Scientific paper Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Category Biodiversity and Conservation Climate Change and Atmospheric Processes Coastal Management Environmental Threats Heritage Cultural Historical Land based Pollution Laws Legislation and Policies Living Marine Resource Marine Protected Areas Ports and Large Scale Infrastructure Socio economic Issues Tourism Other Hold down CTRL

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  • African Summit on Marine Debris 3 to 5 June 2015 | DLIST Benguela
    Magazine article Notices Policy Promotional material Report Scientific paper Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Category Biodiversity and Conservation Climate Change and Atmospheric Processes Coastal Management Environmental Threats Heritage Cultural Historical Land based Pollution Laws Legislation and Policies Living Marine Resource Marine Protected Areas Ports and Large Scale Infrastructure Socio economic Issues Tourism Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect

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  • Weskus-gemeenskap kry grond na 80 jaar terug | DLIST Benguela
    Course materials Event proceedings Government publications Newspaper or Magazine article Notices Policy Promotional material Report Scientific paper Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Category Biodiversity and Conservation Climate Change and Atmospheric Processes Coastal Management Environmental Threats Heritage Cultural Historical Land based Pollution Laws Legislation and Policies Living Marine Resource Marine Protected Areas Ports and Large Scale Infrastructure Socio economic Issues Tourism Other

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  • Vacancy- International Consultant | DLIST Benguela
    Type of document Course materials Event proceedings Government publications Newspaper or Magazine article Notices Policy Promotional material Report Scientific paper Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Category Biodiversity and Conservation Climate Change and Atmospheric Processes Coastal Management Environmental Threats Heritage Cultural Historical Land based Pollution Laws Legislation and Policies Living Marine Resource Marine Protected Areas Ports and Large Scale Infrastructure Socio economic

    Original URL path: http://www.dlist.org/document-library/vacancy-international-consultant (2016-02-18)
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  • Coastal Tourism: Introduction | DLIST Benguela
    Introduction Coastal Tourism Introduction Coastal Tourism Why this Burning Issue Coastal Tourism How can tourism go wrong Coastal Tourism Informing Coastal Tourism Planning Coastal Tourism Taking collective action Coastal Tourism Educating Coastal Tourism Enforcing Energy An Introduction Student funding introduction Funding Introduction Indigenous Knowledge Introduction Marine Litter Introduction Property development along the South African West Coast Coastal Tourism Introduction What DLIST users say If we are to survive economically we all have to start caring about this precious coastline appreciate its peacefulness and beauty and maintain it well We have to do this if we are to reap the benefits jobs economic upliftment that ecotourism can bring Read what DLIST users are discussing about coastal tourism we have gathered ideas and concrete examples from these discussions and together with the DLIST community built a pool of information and material relating to impacts from coastal tourism and approaches to minimise them Here you can disseminate your material or get ideas for action Read about best practices in the region and about collective action to protect our coast pamphlets information boards community enforcement management plans school programmes letters to ministries stakeholder meetings Have more to add Write to admin dlist benguela org

    Original URL path: http://www.dlist.org/burning-issues/coastal-tourism-introduction (2016-02-18)
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  • Energy: An Introduction | DLIST Benguela
    we expect energy supply to simultaneously increase Energy is considered a basic human need and much of what we use and take for granted in our everyday lives is dependent on it But how are we going to cope with this increasing need Does the answer lie in providing more energy which comes at an environmental and economic cost or does it lie in changing our lifestyles in order to save energy wherever possible In responding to these questions arises a hot debate and one that touches upon all economic sectors This burning issue is a starting point for readers who want to explore some of the issues surrounding this debate What sources of energy can we use to meet our demand We summarise some of the pros and cons of different forms of renewable and non renewable energy supply What can we do to ensure that our lifestyles and activities use energy more efficiently We look into simple energy reduction measures and point out to useful guides or tips The energy crisis in the Western Cape Province of South Africa we visit the energy supply crisis as a Case Study Energy is a wide topic and there is a wealth of information available on the web You can find useful information about the topic on the Wikipedia The Energy Story and the International Energy Agency Sustainable Energy Africa provides useful information for South Africa and Africa The Energy Module of the course on Sustainable Development in Coastal Areas available on DLIST provides in depth information about energy sources and energy efficiency You can also read the opinions of DLIST users on several energy related discussion forums A good reference book on energy for South Africans is The Energy Book for urban development in South Africa available from Sustainable Energy

    Original URL path: http://www.dlist.org/burning-issues/energy-an-introduction (2016-02-18)
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  • Student funding: introduction | DLIST Benguela
    doubt to the benefits of this decision as education opens up so many more opportunities and plays a vital role not only in the development of a person s life but in the development of a nation and a country Yet in many cases the obstacles to aspiring students may seem overwhelming low levels of income gender inequality language barriers minority status geographical isolation and the increasingly escalating costs of education are all viewed as deterring factors Let us think of education as the means of developing our greatest abilities because in each of us there is a private hope and dream which fulfilled can be translated into benefit for everyone and greater strength for our nation John F Kennedy United States of Americas former President The countries of Angola Namibia and South Africa are endowed with some of the finest universities and colleges on the African continent but the question people ask is Can the youth afford tertiary education Don t lose hope because there is help at hand DLIST recognizes that there are many of you who have overlooked the opportunity to further your studies because of the lack of financial resources and the lack of readily available information on how to access the necessary funding Here DLIST provides you with information and ideas on how you can raise the financial resources you will need to finance your studies in South Africa and Namibia Hey the gates of learning are not closed to those who are financially needy The Obstacles An increasing number of people find themselves in a situation in which they are eager to further their studies in the form of a college certificate diploma a university degree or a short course but struggle to find the funding to finance their studies Generally the cost of

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