The P5 Project is an interdisciplinary and multinational collaboration of researchers who use cutting-edge science to study human adaptations to coastal environments. Our research shows how humans have used coastlines for thousands of years to survive glacial and interglacial periods in the past. It also provides important information to preserve and protect the natural and cultural heritage found in these places today, giving the broader scientific community more information to understand human impacts on coastal environments to inform 21st century conservation strategies.

Click on the two images to the left of the map below to access the P5's published work in Pondoland.