Climate Change ‘Will increasingly affect businesses’

Jun 22, 2013
Extreme weather events, water scarcity, biodiversity loss and other global warming-related changes in the environment will increasingly affect businesses and how they operate, according to
Climate Change ‘Will increasingly affect businesses’

China warns it will execute serious polluters

Jun 22, 2013
Whoever polluted this river is in big trouble. There are carrot and stick approaches to tackling pollution. China is reaching for the stick. The country
China warns it will execute serious polluters

Climate change impacts on Africa

Jul 06, 2013
The World Bank has released a report, titled 'Turn Down the Heat: Climate Extremes, Regional Impacts, and the Case for Resilience,' which looks at the
Climate change impacts on Africa

World Bank: Warmer world will trap millions in poverty

Jun 21, 2013
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World Bank: Warmer world will trap millions in poverty

Climate change will trap millions in poverty

Jul 06, 2013
Warming could surpass the 2°C guardrail in the next two to three decades Interaction of climate impacts can cause ‘domino-effect’ ultimately affecting long-term human development
Climate change will trap millions in poverty

Ground-breaking decision on killing of poacher

Jul 06, 2013
A South African court has found a poacher guilty of murder of one of his colleagues even though it was a wildlife ranger that shot
Ground-breaking decision on killing of poacher

Mercedes fuel cell buses begin service in Germany

Jun 20, 2013
It seems as if there’s a lot happening these days in the development and deployment of greener forms of public buses. There was the recent
Mercedes fuel cell buses begin service in Germany

100% organic mushrooms produced in Luka village

Jul 30, 2013
Luka: Kotulo Mushroom project has been operating for only ten months, and its managing members and workers are already optimistic about its prospect for growth.
100% organic mushrooms produced in Luka village

South African fisheries win major victory in New York court

Jul 06, 2013
The Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (DAFF), Tina Joemat-Pettersson, has welcomed a New York court decision to pay South Africa approximately R294 million following
South African fisheries win major victory in New York court

‘Some of the world’s most iconic oceans are also the most at risk’

Jul 06, 2013
Caption: In 2000 a major oil spill occurred when the Treasure, a Greek-owned iron-ore carrier, sank. The catastrophe prompted the world’s largest animal rescue. Over
‘Some of the world’s most iconic oceans are also the most at risk’

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