Meat Industry Reacts to Red, Processed Meat Cancer Report

Oct 28, 2015
Following yesterday's report from the World Health Organisation (WHO) labelling processed meat as "carcinogenic to humans", the meat industry has reacted by saying that consumers
Meat Industry Reacts to Red, Processed Meat Cancer Report

Baboons provide disease solution for African farmers

Oct 28, 2015
A major cattle disease limiting agricultural production across Africa is seeing geneticists use Baboon genetics to breed for resistance in livestock. A series of transgenic cattle
Baboons provide disease solution for African farmers

Zero-emission EVs to transport delegates during COP21

Oct 28, 2015
The use of the Alliance's EVs marks the first time the UN will use a zero emissions fleet at a climate summit Nissan and Renault will
Zero-emission EVs to transport delegates during COP21

Berg River swim cut short by high water pollution levels and low flow

Oct 28, 2015
High water pollution levels and exceptionally low flows have forced extreme swimmers Andrew Chin and Henko Roukema to abandon their quest to swim the length
Berg River swim cut short by high water pollution levels and low flow

2015 winners of UN climate solutions Awards announced

Oct 27, 2015
Projects From Across the Globe to be Honoured at UN Climate Conference in Paris (Bonn, Germany, 27 October 2015) – Sixteen game-changing initiatives from around the
2015 winners of UN climate solutions Awards announced

Evidence mounts that corporate interference is dismantling climate policy progress

Oct 22, 2015
Civil society makes kicking big polluters out of climate policy a cornerstone of Paris talks Bonn, Germany: On the heels of new findings that corporate influence
Evidence mounts that corporate interference is dismantling climate policy progress

Unpredictable weather putting more pressure on smallholder farmers

Oct 22, 2015
Smallholder farmers should place an emphasis on improving efficiency, financial and farm management skills to overcome the significant challenges facing the agricultural sector. As the industry
Unpredictable weather putting more pressure on smallholder farmers

Swedish Cape-to-Cape flight aids Western Cape children and reading  

Oct 22, 2015
On Saturday 24 October, Swedish pilot Johan Wiklund will land his open-cockpit Moth biplane in Stellenbosch completing an epic Cape-to-Cape flight. Johan will be met at
Swedish Cape-to-Cape flight aids Western Cape children and reading  

Will the mobile phone replace cash throughout Africa?

Oct 08, 2015
Africa is living a technology and mobile revolution. Many Africans are inseparable from their mobile phones and these devices soon might replace cash. Even though it
Will the mobile phone replace cash throughout Africa?

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