Nutrition key to food security

Oct 29, 2013
The Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) has called for the need to pay particular attention to nutrition if Africa was to reduce
Nutrition key to food security

Millions of Malawians go hungry

Oct 02, 2013
A report released on Tuesday October 1 2013 by the United Nations food agency says 12% of the world's population face chronic hunger. Some 1.5
Millions of Malawians go hungry

New York receives the International Center for Climate Governance Awards

Oct 02, 2013
The International Center for Climate Governance is pleased to announce the winners of its 2013 Best Climate Practices Awards for “Climate Change and Urban Resilience.
New York receives the International Center for Climate Governance Awards

Technology partners in KNP to fight poaching

Oct 29, 2013
From now on the feet on the ground and eyes in the sky that have led the national anti-rhino poaching initiative have a high technology
Technology partners in KNP to fight poaching

Unitrans Volkswagen steps up again to fight rhino poaching

Feb 12, 2014
Unitrans Volkswagen is the proud establisher of the Unite against Poaching initiative. The handing over of a 4 x 4 Volkswagen Amarok by Kevin Gillmer,
Unitrans Volkswagen steps up again to fight rhino poaching

Green jeans a reality {And we don’t mean the colour}

Oct 01, 2013
Dirtball which recently released their recycled PET t-shirts is now sourcing funding to start manufacturing green jeans. Jeans are a wardrobe staple; who doesn’t have at
Green jeans a reality {And we don’t mean the colour}

Why bees are important

Oct 01, 2013
We can expect many negative changes to our lives if they are bee-free: Fewer crops Bee pollination is responsible for approximately $15 billion in crops every year.
Why bees are important

Fields of tears in Lesotho as new tool is introduced to help mitigate climate change

Oct 02, 2013
By Fidelis Zvomuya After last season's disastrous harvest, which delivered a fraction of previous yields, deep in Lesotho’s Ts’akholo village in Mafeteng district, Matsolo Sebusi’s husband
Fields of tears in Lesotho as new tool is introduced to help mitigate climate change

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