Skip to Content

SUNDAY, 21 APRIL 2019, 14:21

Nature

Tips to Wear Eco-Friendly Clothes Without Sacrificing Your Style

12 February at 13:44 PM, via Environment.co.za

The post Tips to Wear Eco-Friendly Clothes Without Sacrificing Your Style appeared first on Environment News South Africa.

Sustainable fashion is the new talk of the town! The topmost fashionistas have already started opting for it then why you should be behind. In fact, the fashion industry already has a massive impact on the environment when it comes to the resources it uses and subsequently...

Express your love in an upcycled way this Valentine’s Day

12 February at 13:35 PM, via Environment.co.za

The post Express your love in an upcycled way this Valentine’s Day appeared first on Environment News South Africa.

“This Valentine’s Day we’d like to encourage consumers to express their love in an eco-friendly way by creating upcycled gifts. Adopting upcycling and making use of waste in a fun and creative can alleviate some of the pressure on our waste disposal infrastructure,” says...

KILOMBERO SUGAR COMPANY RELINQUISHES LAND TO CREATE FOREST RESERVE

07 February at 17:01 PM, via Environment.co.za

The post KILOMBERO SUGAR COMPANY RELINQUISHES LAND TO CREATE FOREST RESERVE appeared first on Environment News South Africa.

Following the declaration to establish the Magombera Nature Forest Reserve, Kilombero Sugar Company (Kilombero), on whose land part of the Reserve has been established, wishes to extend its appreciation to the Government of Tanzania and the many other stakeholders...

How to Save Water to help the Drought in South Africa

05 February at 14:09 PM, via Environment.co.za

The post How to Save Water to help the Drought in South Africa appeared first on Environment News South Africa.

The current drought in South Africa means that saving water is as important as ever. The smallest of changes that everyone can make can go a long way to contribute to the preservation of water and help minimise the effects of droughts. South Africa may not be on our doorstep, but by...

World Wetlands Day 2019 celebrated at Khayelitsha Wetlands Park

02 February at 00:56 AM, via CapeNature

Friday, 01 February 2019, dawned bright and clear, and proved the perfect day for the world wetlands educational event held at the Khayelitsha Wetlands Park. Excited learners from Impundelo Primary School were welcomed by Miss Earth South Africa Ambassador, Margo Tamzone Adonis who spoke about the importance of appreciating and conserving our natural heritage. Learners split […]

Our 5 Favourite Overnight Hiking Trails in the Western Cape

30 January at 16:11 PM, via CapeNature

CapeNature manages large areas in the Western Cape mountains that are just perfect for hiking with friends and family. We’ve already named our five must-try day hiking trails you simply have to experience if you’re an outdoor enthusiast. In this blog, we select our favourite overnight hiking trails in the Western Cape. 1) The Whale […]

The great barrier reef and the people trying to save it

29 January at 17:02 PM, via Environment.co.za

The post The great barrier reef and the people trying to save it appeared first on Environment News South Africa.

The Great Barrier Reef, located off the coast of Queensland, Australia, is the largest coral reef system in the world, consisting of over 2,900 reefs and 900 islands, and spans an astonishing 133,000 square miles (344,400 square kilometres). With such a vast scale, it’s one of the...

Is Lake Naivasha Under Threat?

29 January at 16:43 PM, via Environment.co.za

The post Is Lake Naivasha Under Threat? appeared first on Environment News South Africa.

Lake Naivasha is a Ramsar site found in the eastern part of the Kenyan Rift Valley. Its most unique characteristic is that it’s the only fresh water lake within the Kenyan Rift valley. It is fed mainly by two perennial rivers; Malewa and Gilgil, as well as underground water sources. It is a shallow lake...

An essay from an ex-vegetarian

29 January at 16:32 PM, via Environment.co.za

The post An essay from an ex-vegetarian appeared first on Environment News South Africa.

I was a staunch, borderline militant vegetarian for over ten years, almost the entirety of my 20’s. I felt a deep compulsion to spread this message of new-found spiritual and environmental liberation with whomever would listen. I pasted PETA stickers onto all my belongings, including my ID book, and it...

The Mammoth Possibilities of Water Knowledge and Innovation Sharing

29 January at 16:11 PM, via Environment.co.za

The post The Mammoth Possibilities of Water Knowledge and Innovation Sharing appeared first on Environment News South Africa.

The question of information sharing around innovations in water sector is a contentious one, with very murky lines that have to be navigated through to identify what can be classified as novel innovations. A consistent back and forth to identify what can be clustered as...

Community Consulting and Hydroelectric Energy: Learning from Canada’s Mistakes

29 January at 15:07 PM, via Environment.co.za

The post Community Consulting and Hydroelectric Energy: Learning from Canada’s Mistakes appeared first on Environment News South Africa.

The W.A.C. Bennett Dam and Site C dams in British Colombia, Canada, are often portrayed as successful projects that balance addressing community needs with developing sustainable energy technology. Their Visitor Centre present the energy needs the extensive...

  1. Pages:
  2. 1
  3. 2
  4. 3
  5. 4
  6. 5
  7. ...
  8. 8