The six-seater is powered by hydrogen and is said to be Europe’s largest emission-free aircraft.
The UK sends more plastic waste to Turkey than to any other country but not all of it reaches recycling plants.
Thai scientists are collecting bats to find clues about the origins of viruses, including Covid-19.
By Kevin Shaw, Team Leader: Ecology | Biodiversity Intelligence The 23rd of June 2020 marks the 20th anniversary of the sinking of the MV Treasure between Robben and Dassen Island. The Treasure was a bulk ore iron carrier that had suffered structural damage in storms and when it sank on the morning of the 23rd it leaked about […]
CapeNature invites you to attend a virtual Nature Talks session by live webinar on Monday, 29 June 2020 from 17h00 to 18h00 as we rediscover the most incredible and prominent hiking trails across the Western Cape. The session is for adventure-seekers and nature enthusiasts, both experienced and new to the outdoor scene. We have an exciting lineup […]
A Hampshire company that teaches tree climbing has seen a surge in interest as lockdown eases.
The Swedish environmental activist spoke to the BBC about how she’s been spending the last few months.
CapeNature is continuing the phased reopening of its reserves across the Western Cape following the easing of the national lockdown regulations to Alert Level 3 to allow hiking and fishing activity. Check the full list of reserves and trails that are currently open to the public here (opens in new tab). Please take into consideration the daily limit […]
Scientists have decoded honeybee queens’ “tooting and quacking” duets in the hive.
Italian beach resorts are gearing up for a Covid-secure 2020 season, which is welcome news for one owner.
Indy Kiemel Green, 14, says youngsters do not see wildlife as something ‘cool’.
CapeNature is delighted to announce the phased reopening of its reserves across the Western Cape following the easing of the national lockdown regulations to Alert Level 3 to allow hiking and fishing activity. Mr. Sheraaz Ismail, acting CapeNature Chief Executive Officer, confirmed that, “Staff are working diligently to ensure that the respective reserves are compliant […]
CO2 is at the heart of our changing climate. Here’s why.
By Pierre de Villiers, Senior Manager, Marine and Coasts Operations The link between oceans and the land is often not well understood. People describe the ocean as that massive water space out there. Little do they know that where they live and how they live actually impacts on this ocean, so much so that they, […]
Scientists are gathering data on how new diseases emerge in the hope of identifying future pandemics.
The Covid crisis is putting the survival of one of the UK’s largest zoos at risk.
Watch as land continues to collapse during the rescue effort.
The South African Weather Service issues an official watch for severe thunderstorms and heavy rain in the eastern and central parts of South Africa for Tuesday.
Two astronomers from North West University are part of a star-studded research team from 15 countries that has observed star bursts – or growth spurts – previously unknown to humankind, providing a rare glimpse into how high-mass stars grow even larger.
This is the time to celebrate the unsung heroes that protect Africa’s wildlife.
A major clean-up continues along the coastline of northeastern Brazil following a massive oil spill that has polluted more than 130 beaches.