Minister launches R292 million working for the coast projects

Oct 29, 2013
The Deputy Minister of Water and Environmental Affairs, Rejoice Mabudafhasi, launched a new cycle of Working for the Coast projects, with a budget of over
Minister launches R292 million working for the coast projects

Coffins make way for eco-friendly ‘Garments for the Grave’

Sep 29, 2013
A new line of clothing designed for the afterlife aims to make death less grim for the planet. Forget hyperbole. This clothing line is literally
Coffins make way for eco-friendly ‘Garments for the Grave’

Army of goats enlisted to battle back invasive plants

Sep 29, 2013
Non-native vegetation can be a pernicious and formidable foe, invading unsuspecting landscapes and choking out plant life that actually belongs there. Try as we might
Army of goats enlisted to battle back invasive plants

McDonald’s goes global on nutritional offerings

Feb 12, 2014
McDonald's on Thursday, in partnership with a nutrition-focused branch of the Clinton Foundation, revealed plans to begin offering side salads as substitutes for french fries
McDonald’s goes global on nutritional offerings

Eleven ways to reduce paper waste

Sep 28, 2013
Sure, you have read all about paper conservation… but how many pointers have you adopted in your home or office? There are so many EASY
Eleven ways to reduce paper waste

Build a Food Revolution in your Kitchen

Sep 28, 2013
Oftentimes we think of revolutions as something on a grand scale, something bigger than us. But what if we RETHINK our concept of a revolution
Build a Food Revolution in your Kitchen

Poachers sentenced to 15 years in jail for killing 81 elephants

Oct 29, 2013
Earlier this month, authorities in Zimbabwe arrested three men responsible for the poisoning deaths of 81 elephants, and an untold number of unintended wildlife victims
Poachers sentenced to 15 years in jail for killing 81 elephants

Eco-Logic award winners announced

Nov 01, 2013
Following a nail-biting month or so for finalists, the Eco-Logic Awards ceremony for 2013 took place on Thursday, 26 September at Maropeng in the Cradle
Eco-Logic award winners announced

China presents ivory carving to United Nations

Oct 29, 2013
A gift of the People's Republic of China. The Ivory Carving of the "Chengtu-Kunming Railway" was carved on eight ivory tusks, which together weigh more
China presents ivory carving to United Nations

Climate change is 25 years old

Sep 28, 2013
By Mike Hulme As the IPCC releases the first section of its Fifth Assessment Report, it is worth remembering another important event that took place on
Climate change is 25 years old

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