A well-established School of Environmental Sciences offers a variety of under and postgraduate programmes in a range of areas relevant to climate resilience in the Limpopo Basin. These include ecology and natural resources management, geography and GIS, mining and environment (including rehabilitation), water resources management, and biodiversity. A SARChI Chair on Biodiversity Value Change works in the Vhembe Biosphere Reserve. New programmes in disaster risk reduction science, environmental engineering, freshwater ecology and GIS systems are being developed. The university are actively engaged in curriculum innovation in areas related to climate change resilience across a number of departments.