Google pumps US$12M into African solar energy project

Jul 22, 2013
In its bajillionth green energy investment, Google has targeted the Jasper Power Project, a South African solar plant. The investment totals $12 million and marks the
Google pumps US$12M into African solar energy project

Kenya significantly increases fines and jail time for poachers

Jun 03, 2013
With a booming demand for rhino horns and ivory in recent years, poaching wildlife in Africa has become devastatingly lucrative business. This year in Kenya
Kenya significantly increases fines and jail time for poachers

Globe gears up for World Environment Day celebrations

Jun 03, 2013
Hundreds of thousands of people are gearing up across the globe to take part in World Environment Day, the biggest and most widely celebrated global
Globe gears up for World Environment Day celebrations

Strengthen women voices in agriculture

May 31, 2013
Thabile Goodday a farmer from Swaziland chatting with one of the delegates during the Parners' Meeting. Women play a vital role in advancing agricultural development and
Strengthen women voices in agriculture

Call to FANRPAN to assist DRC agriculture development

May 31, 2013
from left to right, Dr David Bugeme, DRC Prime Minsiter's Office, Nozipho Ndiweni, No-Line Communication and Dr Amy Sullivan, FANRPAN The government of the Democratic Republic of
Call to FANRPAN to assist DRC agriculture development

Sustainability, Bentley’s name of the game

May 31, 2013
From buildings and bridges to clean energy and water, Bentley Systems has been sustaining some of the world’s most significant infrastructure projects for a long
Sustainability, Bentley’s name of the game

One man, one rhino and the ultimate test of endurance

Jun 03, 2013
On Sunday 2 June, Vincent O’Neill will become the first person ever to attempt an ultra-marathon in rhino costume. Vinny will be racing in South Africa’s legendary Comrades
One man, one rhino and the ultimate test of endurance

Bushman eviction suspended

May 31, 2013
Bushmen from Ranyane in southern Botswana have been granted a court order which suspends Tuesday’ 28 May planned evictions of the community by local authorities. On
Bushman eviction suspended

Women, unity, water: Adapting to climate change and improving livelihoods in Swaziland

May 31, 2013
"If spiders' webs can unite, they can tie up a lion." This Ethiopian saying became a reality in the Vikizijula Chiefdom, a small community outside
Women, unity, water: Adapting to climate change and improving livelihoods in Swaziland

Edible insects

May 31, 2013
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=r9M2JPscbmQ#t=8s
Edible insects

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