Reducing food losses and waste in sub-Saharan Africa

Mar 29, 2016
Climate induced crop failure dampens the situation Roughly one-third of the food produced in the world for human consumption every year — approximately 1.3 billion tonnes
Reducing food losses and waste in sub-Saharan Africa

Promoting a green economy in the Marico River catchment

Mar 29, 2016
The Endangered Wildlife Trust is embarking on a new project to empower Groot Marico’s emerging farmers, working alongside them to promote conservation agriculture and water
Promoting a green economy in the Marico River catchment

Are South Africa’s Biggest Casinos Taking Climate Change Seriously?

Mar 29, 2016
Climate change has a negative effect on South Africa, its eco-system and its citizens. The biggest casinos should contribute in the struggle for better future. Like
Are South Africa’s Biggest Casinos Taking Climate Change Seriously?

Why Hotels and Casinos Simply Must do More Recycling

Mar 29, 2016
"Recycling is very important and beneficial for the environment. Hotels, casinos and other establishments should do more to limit the waste they create." We live in
Why Hotels and Casinos Simply Must do More Recycling

New project to help African farmers address multiple stresses in maize farming

Mar 22, 2016
Arusha, Tanzania, March 22 (CIMMYT) – The International Maize and Wheat Improvement center (CIMMYT) and its partners have unveiled a new project – Stress Tolerant Maize
New project to help African farmers address multiple stresses in maize farming

World’s largest ‘mosquito factory’ in China to release 20 million bugs a week

Mar 17, 2016
Mosquitoes may be small, but they are a pretty big problem when it comes to public health in many areas of the globe. Now, a
World’s largest ‘mosquito factory’ in China to release 20 million bugs a week

Planned Amazonian dams to bring doom for many tropical species

Mar 15, 2016
Rampant dam-building across Amazonia will cause countless species extinctions – according to new research involving the University of East Anglia. The nine countries that share the
Planned Amazonian dams to bring doom for many tropical species

Innovation and shift to a low-carbon energy market- new report World Energy Council

Mar 11, 2016
World Energy Council Report: Innovation and shift to a low-carbon energy market, biggest issues facing the World’s Energy Leaders    • Innovation - in particular issues
Innovation and shift to a low-carbon energy market- new report World Energy Council

What’s not to waste?

Mar 11, 2016
As the expression goes, ‘waste not, want not’. By using resources sparsely and knowing what can be recycled, we can all contribute to a cleaner
What’s not to waste?

Schools competition to make a longer lasting impact on the environment

Mar 11, 2016
South Africa’s renowned eco-conscious schools competition, hosted annually by Collect-a-Can, has kicked off on a GREEN note this year. The can recovery and recycling organisation
Schools competition to make a longer lasting impact on the environment

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