WTTC and eTurboNews join forces to highlight importance of sustainable future for Travel & Tourism

Feb 25, 2015
The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) today announced a collaboration with eTurboNews (eTN) to give sustainable tourism a boost by highlighting and sharing outstanding
WTTC and eTurboNews join forces to highlight importance of sustainable future for Travel & Tourism

London University researchers create solar cells from shrimps

Feb 24, 2015
Researchers at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) have successfully created electricity-generating solar cells with chemicals found in shrimp cells. London University researchers create solar cells
London University researchers create solar cells from shrimps

Siemens provides 157 turbines for three projects in South Africa

Feb 24, 2015
Siemens has secured a contract in South Africa with an order for 157 wind turbines for three projects in the South Africa province of Northern
Siemens provides 157 turbines for three projects in South Africa

Another 5 year of toxic pollution by Eskom

Feb 24, 2015
Cape Town, Johannesburg, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa, 24 February 2015 – The Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA) has today announced its decision to approve almost all 
Another 5 year of toxic pollution by Eskom

Jobless rural women plot a new future as farmers

Feb 23, 2015
Rural African women with no hope of work are fast discovering they can grow their own jobs from the ground up, creating mini-businesses in the
Jobless rural women plot a new future as farmers

War Veterans Demand Share Of Save Conservancy

Feb 21, 2015
MASVINGO — The Save Valley Conservancy saga has taken a new twist with the boisterous former fighters of Zimbabwe’s liberation struggle demanding pieces of land
War Veterans Demand Share Of Save Conservancy

Catholics in 45 countries are fasting for climate action

Feb 20, 2015
This week Wednesday was Ash, marking the beginning of Lent — the 40-day period of self-denial for Christians that ends on Easter, when you’re given
Catholics in 45 countries are fasting for climate action

Sibanye eyes R3bn, 150 MW solar power station

Feb 20, 2015
JOHANNESBURG  – Gold miner Sibanye Gold plans to build a R3-billion, 150 MW solar power plant to ease its reliance on the costly and unreliable
Sibanye eyes R3bn, 150 MW solar power station

“Pioneering” Concern Worldwide and Kerry Group project scoops major World Bank agriculture-for-nutrition award

Feb 20, 2015
Partnership between two of Ireland’s strongest international brand names wins global Harvesting Nutrition Contest for ‘Potential Impact on Nutrition’ Concern Worldwide is delighted to announce that
“Pioneering” Concern Worldwide and Kerry Group project scoops major World Bank agriculture-for-nutrition award

Ford Committed to The Environment And A Sustainable Future In Africa

Feb 20, 2015
25 years of support for environmental projects and organisations  Ford is committed to environmental education, conservation and research Ford looks to expand the Wildlife Foundation into Africa PRETORIA,
Ford Committed to The Environment And A Sustainable Future In Africa

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