Police officers and ranger to appear for rhino poaching

Jan 27, 2015
Four men are scheduled to appear at the Nelspruit Regional Court on charges of rhino poaching. The case against three police constables and an ex-field ranger
Police officers and ranger to appear for rhino poaching

Namibia to beef up rhino and elephant protection

Jan 27, 2015
The Namibian government will beef up protection for rhinos and elephants and tighten laws to curb increased poaching, which suddenly surged last year, it said
Namibia to beef up rhino and elephant protection

The ‘Seeds of Debt’ film makes false allegations, as confirmed by independent investigation

Jan 27, 2015
We’re deeply troubled by the false allegations made in the film ‘Seeds of Debt’, which claim that we knowingly exploit growers in India on our
The ‘Seeds of Debt’ film makes false allegations, as confirmed by independent investigation

Large python killed in Zimbabwe

Jan 25, 2015
Youths in Zimbabwe’s eastern city of Mutare killed a 3.4m long python which had strayed into the suburb, a local newspaper reported Friday. It is a
Large python killed in Zimbabwe

Dung DNA Gives Clues to the Shy Okapi’s Lifestyle

Jan 23, 2015
Try to read up on the okapi and you won’t find much. This African mammal is most often seen next to the adjective “elusive.” But
Dung DNA Gives Clues to the Shy Okapi’s Lifestyle

New Report Identifies Key Innovations to Bridge Sustainable Development Investment Gap

Jan 22, 2015
A new report released today by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) identifies critical innovations in the US$300+ trillion global financial system, which, if brought
New Report Identifies Key Innovations to Bridge Sustainable Development Investment Gap

Renewable energy benefits SA – CSIR

Jan 22, 2015
Renewable energy has benefited South Africa, a study by the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) has found. The independent study by the CSIR found
Renewable energy benefits SA – CSIR

Mega climate concert announced

Jan 21, 2015
Davos - A Live Earth music event to demand action on climate change will be held on June 18 across seven continents, including Antarctica, former
Mega climate concert announced

Shareholders challenge BP to confront climate change risk

Jan 21, 2015
Over 150 investors, including Environment Agency and Church of England, demand that BP test whether their business model is compatible with international pledge to limit
Shareholders challenge BP to confront climate change risk

Obama on Climate Change: “No Challenge Poses a Greater Threat to Future Generations”

Jan 21, 2015
In his State of the Union address tonight, President Obama issued a direct rebuke to climate change deniers and to members of Congress who seek
Obama on Climate Change: “No Challenge Poses a Greater Threat to Future Generations”

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