Garlic could revolutionise apple industry

Jul 24, 2014
By Chanel Daniel We’re all familiar with the saying that an apple a day keeps the doctor away, but what we don’t know is that garlic
Garlic could revolutionise apple industry

One million lights for brighter futures

Jul 24, 2014
With 1.45-million people, representing 11% of South African households, living without electricity and a further 3.6% of households accessing electricity informally,  light is a scarce
One million lights for brighter futures

Four elephants poisoned in Zambezi National Park

Jul 18, 2014
By Fidelis Zvomuya Four elephants have died from fresh cyanide poisoning in the Zambezi National Park raising fears that more wild animals could be killed by
Four elephants poisoned in Zambezi National Park

Zim sports sensation, Kirsty Coventry named Pangolin diplomat

Jul 18, 2014
The Minister of Environment, Water and Climate Hon Saviour Kasukuwere has appointed Kirsty Coventry as the country’s pangolin ambassador. In his appointment letter Minister Kasukuwere said
Zim sports sensation, Kirsty Coventry named Pangolin diplomat

China to Remove Millions of High Emissions Vehicles

Jul 15, 2014
Earlier this week, the Ministry of Environmental Protection announced that the Chinese government will be removing high-emission vehicles from roads in Beijing, Hebei Province, Tianjin,
China to Remove Millions of High Emissions Vehicles

Wastewater Injections Responsible for Oklahoma Earthquakes

Jul 15, 2014
A research team at Cornell University has discovered that the earthquakes in Oklahoma are a result of subsurface wastewater injection at disposal wells. "Induced seismicity is
Wastewater Injections Responsible for Oklahoma Earthquakes

Up To $27.5 Million Available From EPA for 2014 Great Lakes Restoration Projects

Jul 15, 2014
CHICAGO -- The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency today issued a Request for Applications soliciting proposals from states, municipalities, tribes, universities and nonprofit organizations for Great
Up To $27.5 Million Available From EPA for 2014 Great Lakes Restoration Projects

Mokonyane announces water & sanitation plans

Jul 15, 2014
Minister of Water and Sanitation Nomvula Mokonyane says her department will provide a sustainable and holistic water value chain as guided by the National Development
Mokonyane announces water & sanitation plans

Freak hailstorm on a Russian beach kills 2

Jul 15, 2014
By Fidelis Zvomuya Russian authorities have announced the deaths of two children after a freak hail storm hit Siberia this weekend. According to AccuWeather, temperatures reached 98
Freak hailstorm on a Russian beach kills 2

Mary Robinson to become UN special envoy for climate change

Jul 15, 2014
Former president to relinquish her previous appointment as UN special envoy for the Great Lakes region of Africa to focus on her new role. Former president
Mary Robinson to become UN special envoy for climate change

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