Elephant calf devoted to dying mother

May 30, 2014
A female elephant is sick – Cherie. She has a five month old calf. She keeps stretching out her back legs or leaning uncomfortably forward,
Elephant calf devoted to dying mother

Buried carbon causes deep concern

May 30, 2014
By Tim Radford Deep beneath the Great Plains of America, a vast buried store of organic carbon has been discovered by scientists − a hidden record
Buried carbon causes deep concern

Rhino inspired shoes stomp US market

May 30, 2014
By: Lauren Kansley Sole Creatures is an animal-inspired children’s shoe line developed by conservation enthusiast Gary Flax who identified CPUT students as the creative brain power
Rhino inspired shoes stomp US market

First UN environment assembly set for Nairobi

May 30, 2014
Nairobi — UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and other High-Level Representatives from 160 UN Member and Observer States, UN Heads of Agencies, Business and Civil Society
First UN environment assembly set for Nairobi

AfriForum launches #cleanSA initiative

May 28, 2014
The civil rights organisation AfriForum launched its #cleanSA initiative today which focuses on responsible and sustainable waste management in South Africa. According to Julius Kleynhans, AfriForum’s
AfriForum launches #cleanSA initiative

Schréder lighting the 2014 FIFA World Cup

May 27, 2014
Schréder, the leading lighting solutions company, has partnered with the 2014 FIFA World Cup to light stadiums for the tournament in Brazil this summer. Schréder, based
Schréder lighting the 2014 FIFA World Cup

European Commission strengthens rules on citrus fruit imports from South Africa

May 27, 2014
Stricter import requirements for South African citrus fruit were today endorsed by Member State experts. These emergency measures are being taken to protect European crops
European Commission strengthens rules on citrus fruit imports from South Africa

Soil erosion strikes in Mekong Delta province

May 27, 2014
Soil erosion as a result of climate change and rising sea levels is worsening in the coastal areas of the Mekong Delta province of Tra
Soil erosion strikes in Mekong Delta province

Fingerprints link accused to illegal tusks

May 27, 2014
Cape Town - Fingerprints of a man on trial for illegal possession of elephant tusks and finished ivory products were found on the items, the
Fingerprints link accused to illegal tusks

Let them eat crickets: Insects could be the new potato

May 27, 2014
Food fit only for hogs. Unnatural and dangerous, rumoured to cause sickness. No, not the latest scare story on genetically modified crops but the early
Let them eat crickets: Insects could be the new potato

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