NO Go on Serengeti Highway

No Go on Serengeti Highway

For more than four years, we have been supporting litigation against a highway that would devastate the Serengeti ecosystem.   Now we have a final decision. We’re pleased to report that the case achieved more than we hoped or expected, setting an important precedent for …

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NO Go on Serengeti Highway 4.88/5 (97.50%) 8 votes

Protect Migratory Waterbirds

Protect Migratory Waterbids

Migratory waterbirds are faced with a wide range of threats, which are mostly human induced such as pollution, deforestation and land use change. “This leads to the destruction of the habitat which these migratory birds use for breeding and as stop- overs on their global …

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Protect Migratory Waterbirds 4.83/5 (96.67%) 6 votes

Blue and Green Drop Reports Coming Soon

Blue and Green Drop Reports Coming Soon

Work on the latest editions of the Blue and Green Drop Reports has been completed and is expected to be released by end of September 2015. “The Minister of Water and Sanitation, Nomvula Mokonyane is currently considering the reports with the view that once she …

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Blue and Green Drop Reports Coming Soon 4.80/5 (96.00%) 5 votes

Findings of the African Nuclear Study

Findings of the African Nuclear Study

Given the growing interest in nuclear energy generation from Africa countries, this study takes a closer look at nuclear energy from an African perspective and considers the emerging information in relation to nuclear energy supply in the countries that have advanced plans for nuclear- South Africa, Nigeria …

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Findings of the African Nuclear Study 4.82/5 (96.36%) 11 votes

CSIR – Renewable Energy Huge Cost Savings

CSIR - Renewable Energy Huge Cost Savings

A second independent study by the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) found that renewable energy from South Africa’s first wind and solar (photovoltaic) projects created R4 billion more financial benefits to the country than they cost during the first six months of 2015. …

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CSIR – Renewable Energy Huge Cost Savings 4.73/5 (94.55%) 11 votes

Environmental monitors help fight against rhino poaching

Environmental monitors help fight against rhino poaching

Pretoria – The deployment of environmental monitors to areas facing high incidents of poaching has played a demonstrable role in combating this crime, Environmental Affairs Minister Edna Molewa says. Speaking during the World Ranger Day commemoration in Marakele National Park in Limpopo on Saturday, Minister …

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Environmental monitors help fight against rhino poaching 4.89/5 (97.78%) 9 votes

MPs take stand against illegal hunting

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Environmental Affairs Minister, Edna Molewa says her department will ensure there is little wiggle room for those caught hunting illegally. But our dear Auntu Edna can learn from Swaziland and Kaziranga National Park in Assam. American trophy hunter Walter Palmer reportedly paid the equivalent of …

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MPs take stand against illegal hunting 4.81/5 (96.13%) 31 votes

Molewa Zuma Still SILENT on Rhino Stats 2015

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After weeks of hassling and hounding Minister Edna Molewa (Minister of Environment for South Africa) and Jacob Zuma (“President” if you can call him that.) on social media channels and various other outlets they still remain utterly silent on our Rhino Stats for 2015. We …

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Molewa Zuma Still SILENT on Rhino Stats 2015 4.90/5 (98.10%) 42 votes