First of its kind CSIR study sheds light on SA’s water quality

Mar 26, 2015
“Water quality in South Africa is a significant concern,” warns University of Cape Town Earth observation scientist, Dr Mark Matthews. “Serious steps need to be
First of its kind CSIR study sheds light on SA’s water quality

First Car Rental depot reduces water usage by nearly 80%

Mar 25, 2015
March 2015 – First Car Rental’s Cape Town depot has reduced municipal water usage by nearly 80% since installing the eWasha Washbay Water Recycling Plant. EWasha
First Car Rental depot reduces water usage by nearly 80%

Successful Swedish water project ensures cleaner textile production in India

Mar 25, 2015
Stockholm, 25 March 2015 - By participating in a unique project for cleaner production, Sustainable Water Resources (SWAR), suppliers to the Swedish retail brands Indiska,
Successful Swedish water project ensures cleaner textile production in India

MEC Maine brings tangible solutions to water and sanitation challenges in Madibeng

Mar 25, 2015
Brits, South Africa – All boreholes that are either malfunctioning or not energised will be refurbished and energised as a matter of urgency in order
MEC Maine brings tangible solutions to water and sanitation challenges in Madibeng

Joint Department of Water and Sanitation/WESSA water action project wins United Nations Award

Mar 25, 2015
A joint water project initiated by the Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) under the Chief Directorate Transformation and by WESSA Eco-Schools has won a
Joint Department of Water and Sanitation/WESSA water action project wins United Nations Award

Genetically Modified Crop Industry Continues to Expand

Mar 25, 2015
New Worldwatch Institute analysis explores trends and consequences of genetically modified crops Washington, D.C.—One of the familiar narratives for the promotion of genetically modified (GM) crops
Genetically Modified Crop Industry Continues to Expand

Loggerhead turtle, 60, returns to Bundaberg beach to lay eggs for 37th year

Mar 25, 2015
A 60-year-old loggerhead turtle has returned for her 37th year to lay eggs on Bundaberg's Mon Repos beach, Queensland rangers say. The four-month hatchling season is
Loggerhead turtle, 60, returns to Bundaberg beach to lay eggs for 37th year

Africa’s first Water Fund to Combat Rising Threats to Food Security, Water and Energy Supplies

Mar 20, 2015
US$21.5m in long-term benefits for Kenyan Citizens, Farmers and Businesses NAIROBI, KENYA (20 March 2015) – The Kenya government, businesses, conservation groups and utilities launched Africa’s
Africa’s first Water Fund to Combat Rising Threats to Food Security, Water and Energy Supplies

South African police Service busts rhino poachers

Mar 19, 2015
The Hawks arrested five suspected rhino poachers in Mpumalanga almost five months after eight rhinos went missing from the Ohrigstad Nature Reserve in Pilgrim’s Rest,
South African police Service busts rhino poachers

Renewable Energy Key to Achieving

Mar 19, 2015
Ezulwini, Swaziland, 19 March 2015 – Developing Swaziland’s vast renewable energy resources would provide substantial socio-economic benefits for its population, according to a new report
Renewable Energy Key to Achieving

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