New paper on crop-specific spatial N2O emissions estimates

May 19, 2016
A new study appearing on-line today in Global Change Biology entitled "Spatially explicit estimates of N2O emissions from croplands suggest climate mitigation opportunities from improved
New paper on crop-specific spatial N2O emissions estimates

Israel, South Africa water week to share global expertise and technologies for fighting drought

May 19, 2016
The Embassy of Israel is proud to announce the first Israel South Africa Water Week that will include three main events; June 6th in Johannesburg,
Israel, South Africa water week to share global expertise and technologies for fighting drought

Deep-sea trawl operators and WWF-SA team up to tackle fishy issues

May 19, 2016
The South African Deep Sea Trawling Industry Association (SADSTIA) has teamed up with conservation organisation, WWF South Africa (WWF-SA), to dramatically improve the management of
Deep-sea trawl operators and WWF-SA team up to tackle fishy issues

Colaboration key to fighting climate change

May 19, 2016
Africa and the Netherlands are showcasing their best examples of tackling the most pressing climate challenges on the continent. Africa is one of the continents
Colaboration key to fighting climate change

Fossil fuels, fueling health hazards

May 19, 2016
By Fidelis Zvomuya If we keep pulling death from the ground, we will reap death from the skies, our houses, businesses as well as our residential
Fossil fuels, fueling health hazards

Zim men create thriving farm on ‘useless’ land in Malmesbury

May 17, 2016
Cape Town - Five Zimbabwean men have been successfully growing crops on land abandoned as unprofitable in Malmesbury. The landowner, N7 Meat, gave up farming
Zim men create thriving farm on ‘useless’ land in Malmesbury

Aid to black emerging farmers to create 550 jobs & assist land reform beneficiaries

May 17, 2016
The DA in the Western Cape welcomes the new fund to support emerging fruit farmers. Interventions through the fund are targeted at the deciduous fruit
Aid to black emerging farmers to create 550 jobs & assist land reform beneficiaries

South Africa on track to meet renewable energy commitment

May 12, 2016
By Fidelis Zvomuya South Africa remains on track to meet its national commitment to transition to a low carbon economy with the target of 17 800
South Africa on track to meet renewable energy commitment

Pollution free democratic politics, a requirement

May 06, 2016
By Fidelis Zvomuya Professor Gerhard Clive Coetzee a South African political commentator said in the absence of party funding regulation, wealthy fossil fuel interests are able
Pollution free democratic politics, a requirement

May 05, 2016
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