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"Spreading constructive news to inspire passionate Earth stewardship & Reverence for Life"
"Spreading constructive news to inspire passionate Earth stewardship & Reverence for Life"

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In 2016, among the world’s largest companies showed positive signals in sustainable business KPIs. The challenge of 2017? To identify business models that decouple growth from resource use and pollution, says Trucost CEO Richard Mattison. 2016 was…

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The Life After Coal/Impilo Ngaphandle Kwamalahle Campaign (made up of the Centre for Environmental Rights (CER), Earthlife Africa Johannesburg (ELA) and groundWork (gW)) is dismayed to learn that Eskom is once again applying to postpone compliance with…

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The moment to mobilise on a large scale has come: our next court hearing on the nuclear deal is on Wednesday 22 February and we really need your support. We will be marching from Parliament to the Cape High Court to show government that we care about a…

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In 2016, members of The National Recycling Forum (NRF) focused their efforts on supporting young recycling entrepreneurs with their growing businesses. One such company is Destination Green Recycling led by Faith Diketane and Zwelibanzi Mnguni. Aside from…

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David Archambault II, chairman of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe caught in the crosshairs of a $3.7 billion oil development, pledged Thursday to fight President Trump on the Dakota Access pipeline just two weeks after the Army Corps green-lighted the…

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South Africa’s goal on adaptation is to build resilience and adaptive capacity to respond to climate change risk and vulnerability; whilst providing guidance on the integration of climate change responses into current and future development objectives;…

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The Philippi Horticulture Area (PHA), the unique 3,000ha farmlands located within the city of Cape Town and in the heart of the Cape Flats has been the city’s breadbasket since 1885. The City of Cape Town is processing developments of 50,000 houses, 2…

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The third annual Women in Energy conference, organised by the Africa Energy Indaba, will bring together Africa’s leading women in the energy sector on Monday 20th February at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg. The Africa Energy Indaba was the…

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Disaster management teams are at the ready as tropical Tropical storm Dineo prepares to make landfall on Friday. The low-pressure system was expected to bring heavy rain, flooding and possibly wind damage to the southern parts of Mozambique; parts of…

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Documents unearthed a week ago show Environment Minister Edna Molewa signed the approval for mining in the Mabola protected environment on August 20 2016, three months before Minister of Mineral Resources Mosebenzi Zwane signed it on November 21. The…
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