Tariro Kamuti is a Research Fellow with the Global Risk Governance Program in the Department of Public Law at the University of Cape Town, South Africa. He holds a joint PhD in Geography from the Vrije University Amsterdam, The Netherlands and the University of the Free State, South Africa. His research interests cover climate change, land, agricultural and environmental policy, governance issues surrounding sustainable utilisation of natural resources, sustainable rural and urban development. Tariro is a member of the International Society of Sustainability Professionals, United States of America, Regional Studies Association, United Kingdom and the Society for South African Geographers.
Kamuti, T. (In Press). “Agroforestry as a Small Landholder’s Tool for Climate Change Resiliency and Mitigation in Zimbabwe”, In: Shukla, G., S. Chakravarty, P. Panwar and J. A. Bhat. (eds.). Agroforestry: Small Landholder’s Tool for Climate Change Resiliency and Mitigation. London: IntechOpen.
Kamuti, T. (In Press). “A Chequered Pathway to Prosperity: The Institutional Challenges of Smallholder Tobacco Production in Zimbabwe”, In: Barcus, H.R., R. Jones and S. Schmitz (eds.). Rural Transformations: Globalization and its Implications for Rural People, Land, and Economies. Boca Raton: CRC Press.
Kamuti, T. (In Press). “Between a Rock and a Hard Place: The Changing Fortunes of the Smallholder Tobacco Farmer in Zimbabwe”, In: Mkodzongi, G. (ed.). Zimbabwe’s Changing Agrarian Sector. Oxfordshire: Routledge
Kamuti. T. 2020. “BOOK REVIEW of Satgar, Vishwas. 2018. The Climate Crisis: South African and Global Democratic Eco-Socialist Alternatives.” Johannesburg: Wits University Press, 2018. St Antony’s International Review, 15(2): 171-175. (July 2020)
Kamuti. T. 2021. “BOOK REVIEW of Nhamo, Godwell., Kaitano Dube and David Chikodzi, 2020. Counting the Cost of COVID-19 on the Global Tourism Industry.” Cham: Springer. Development Southern Africa. DOI: 10.1080/0376835X.2021.1912588 (March 2021).
Kamuti. T. 2020. “Redefining Nature and Wilderness through Private Wildlife Ranching: An Economic Perspective of Environmental Policy in Southern Africa.” In: Walker, T., S. Goubran and N. Sprung-Much (eds.). Environmental Policy: An Economic Perspective. Hoboken: Wiley Blackwell. 139-152. (August 2020).
Nhamo, G., Pophiwa, N. and T. Kamuti. 2019. “Green Buildings in South Africa’s Local Government Space: The Case of City of Tshwane”, In: Nhamo, G. and Mjimba, V. (eds.). Green Buildings Evolution. Pretoria: Africa Institute of South Africa. pp 137-165. (October 2019).
Kamuti. T. 2018. “The Critical Nexus and Implications of Smallholder Tobacco Production as a Livelihood Strategy to Forest Landscapes in Zimbabwe” Land – Preprint (April 2018).
Kamuti, T. 2015. “A Critique of the Discourse of the Green Economy Approach in the Wildlife Ranching Sector in South Africa.” Africa Insight, 45(1): 146-168. (June 2015).
“Africa at the coalface of development: The dilemma of coal as a necessary evil on the continent” By Tariro Kamuti, Polity, September 12, 2013.
“The booming Zimbabwe tobacco sector and massive deforestation: A cause for concern,” By Tariro Kamuti, Polity, July 2, 2013.