$600m Green Fuel ethanol project resumes

Jul 27, 2013
The $600 million Green Fuel ethanol project has resumed production of anhydrous ethanol for blending with unleaded petrol at its plant in Chisumbanje, two years
$600m Green Fuel ethanol project resumes

Czech authorities uncover major rhino horn smuggling case

Aug 05, 2013
Czech authorities have seized 24 white rhino horns and charged 16 suspected members of an international ring smuggling the horns to Asia. Details of the
Czech authorities uncover major rhino horn smuggling case

Mass-poisoning of vultures in the Drakensberg

Jul 26, 2013
On the afternoon of the 15th of July 2013 an Ezemvelo KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) Wildlife light aircraft spotted a large number of vultures lying on the
Mass-poisoning of vultures in the Drakensberg

LG cuts carbon footprint, saves US$1M in six months

Jul 26, 2013
LG Electronics has cut its greenhouse gas emissions by 61,348 metric tons of CO2e and saved about US$1 million in operating expenses since December 2012,
LG cuts carbon footprint, saves US$1M in six months

Renewables can cut power plants’ water use 95% by 2050

Jul 26, 2013
Investing in renewables and energy efficiency could reduce power plants’ water withdrawals by 97% from current levels by 2050 and cut carbon emissions 90% from
Renewables can cut power plants’ water use 95% by 2050

Toyota, Ford divorce

Jul 26, 2013
Toyota and Ford say they will develop their own hybrid trucks after ending their partnership to develop a hybrid system for light trucks and SUVs. The
Toyota, Ford divorce

CAP 2014-2020: A long road to reform

Jul 26, 2013
Agreement on the first major reform of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) in a decade won political approval in June 2013 after months of haggling
CAP 2014-2020: A long road to reform

UK food and drink industry cuts water use 16%

Jul 26, 2013
UK arms of food and drink manufacturers including Coca-Cola Enterprises, Heinz and Nestlé have collectively reduced their water use excluding that in product — by
UK food and drink industry cuts water use 16%

Windhoek to recycle e-waste

Jul 26, 2013
The electronic waste recycling and disposal function of the City of Windhoek (CoW) is now ready for roll-out its full potential. Electronic waste, e-waste, e-scrap or
Windhoek to recycle e-waste

Sustainable water usage: ‘Do the basics right’ basics right’

Jul 26, 2013
"If we do the basics right and use our water resources effectively, we would have come a long way in overcoming the country's water problems."
Sustainable water usage: ‘Do the basics right’ basics right’

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