A 240-mile canal to divert water from the White Nile and send it to Egypt would desiccate the world’s second largest wetland, impacting its rich wildlife and the rains on which the region depends.
Sudd Institute | The Tragedy of the Unregulated: Why the government should reform the charcoal sector
A brief arguing that the lack of effective regulation throughout the charcoal value chain in South Sudan is leading to tragic consequences.
South Sudan is highly vulnerable to climate change, including flooding, droughts and, most recently, a locust infestation. Long-term climate change, like a gradual increase in temperature, and short-term changes, like increased flooding, have indirect and interlinked implications for peace and security in South Sudan.
An open source investigation into South Sudan’s oil industry and the pollution it causes through inadequate management and regulation.
The Government of the Republic of South Sudan’s principle instrument for the undertaking of biodiversity management and conservation in the country. It presents a form of baseline, a reference for the status of biodiversity and conservation, as well as a vision for the future.
This first ever State of the Environment and Outlook report for South Sudan is intended to form the basis and the benchmark for assessments, inventories, mapping and valuation of its vast natural resources; for future planning and the management of natural resources and environmental protection.
A paper examining the relationship between climate change and conflict in South Sudan. Some of the important factors the paper highlights include the competition for territory usually based on the land’s fertility.
Wild et al | The militarization of cattle raiding in South Sudan: how a traditional practice became a tool for political violence
An analysis of the politicisation of the pastoral practice of cattle raiding in South Sudan, and its enduring consequences on peace and stability.