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World Heritage Day

18 April at 12:53 PM, via CapeNature

World Heritage Sites are special and unique places with fragile ecosystems that need special care and one such site is the Cape Floral Region Protected Area World Heritage Site.

Do you think that being environmentally eco-friendly with home décor is too expensive?

15 April at 16:52 PM, via Environment.co.za

The post Do you think that being environmentally eco-friendly with home décor is too expensive? appeared first on Environment News South Africa.

A lot of people wrongfully assume that going eco-friendly on their home décor is too expensive. Truth be told, it doesn’t have to be. Too many things we store inside our homes are harmful to our health. Whether we’re talking about synthetic...

Reducing Waste in Fundraising | Paperless Planning & Green Marketing

02 April at 17:18 PM, via Environment.co.za

The post Reducing Waste in Fundraising | Paperless Planning & Green Marketing appeared first on Environment News South Africa.

Waste costs money.  There are multiple ways to produce waste while doing business, from creating needless paper trails to buying products that aren’t necessary.  For nonprofits and NGOs, producing waste not only takes revenue away from their causes, it can often do...

Waste to Energy the focus at Pollution and Waste Tech Africa

31 March at 12:19 PM, via Environment.co.za

The post Waste to Energy the focus at Pollution and Waste Tech Africa appeared first on Environment News South Africa.

Waste to Energy programmes, the subject of growing international and South African focus, will be a key topic of discussion during workshops alongside an upcoming pollution and waste technology exhibition in Johannesburg. Fourth Industrial Revolution – pollution and waste...

Leopard safely translocated to natural environment

29 March at 13:41 PM, via CapeNature

A leopard that was recently seen approaching a vehicle in Gordon’s Bay has been safely rehomed in a natural environment within the Western Cape. A video which went viral on social media this week depicted footage of the young female approaching a stationary vehicle with occupants inside. On Monday 27 March, 2017 the animal was […]

Magaliesburg Gold Mining | Prospectors are back with Applications in Koesterfontein & Golden Valley

22 March at 14:52 PM, via Environment.co.za

The post Magaliesburg Gold Mining | Prospectors are back with Applications in Koesterfontein & Golden Valley appeared first on Environment News South Africa.

We have been fighting and opposing Magaliesburg Gold Mining applications for well over 12 years now. In particular a bunch of junior mining companies, often hiding under a bigger multi-national company, are sent in to do the dirty work and...

Magaliesburg Mining Applications Continue Unabated | The Greed for Gold Remains

20 March at 14:40 PM, via Environment.co.za

The post Magaliesburg Mining Applications Continue Unabated | The Greed for Gold Remains appeared first on Environment News South Africa.

We have been fighting and opposing Magaliesburg Mining applications in and around the town of Magaliesburg for well over 12 years now. Some locals have been fighting these mining companies for well over 25 years but the lodging of prospecting and mining...

Biocides Global Market Expected to Reach $9,912 Million, Globally by 2022

20 March at 13:15 PM, via Environment.co.za

The post Biocides Global Market Expected to Reach $9,912 Million, Globally by 2022 appeared first on Environment News South Africa.

Biocides Market Report, published by Allied Market Research, forecasts that the global market was valued at $6,479 million in 2015, and is expected to reach $9,912 million by 2022, supported by a CAGR of 6.3% during the forecast period 2014 to 2022. The metallic...

Water week 2017: Nature’s Water Factory

16 March at 14:08 PM, via CapeNature

National Water Week takes place from 20 to 26 March in 2017. CapeNature highlights some key water facts in an animated video.  In 2015 the World Economic Forum announced that the current global water crisis is the number one global risk, based on impact to society. Water week is celebrated every March in South Africa to […]

Make a change with Earth Hour 2017

16 March at 13:05 PM, via CapeNature

From 8:30pm to 9:30pm, Saturday, 25 March 2017, Earth Hour 2017 takes place. CapeNature urges the public to use their power and say YES to renewable energy.  WHY SHOULD WE SAY YES TO RENEWABLE ENERGY? The bulk of South Africa’s carbon emissions come from fossil fuel generated electricity (coal, oil etc), and like most countries […]

Largest Polluter in the World Tries to Reduce Air Pollution by Controlling the News Related to Smog

14 March at 10:19 AM, via Environment.co.za

The post Largest Polluter in the World Tries to Reduce Air Pollution by Controlling the News Related to Smog appeared first on Environment News South Africa.

China suffers from severe air pollution in almost all its major cities, but beside checking the data related to air quality to find who are the culprits, the authorities are also trying to control the independent sources of news related to...

Protecting the coastline: An EPWP success story

06 March at 10:17 AM, via CapeNature

Meet Selwyn Gertse, a pupil field ranger at Kogelberg Nature Reserve Complex and Betty’s Bay Marine Protected Area. Selwyn has turned his love for nature into a career, as he is training to become a marine field ranger in the Kogelberg Nature Reserve complex.  The video embedded below is his testimony of his time as a […]

World Wildlife Day 2017

03 March at 08:43 AM, via CapeNature

Celebrated on 3 March every year, World Wildlife Day is a way to recognise the importance of wildlife in the wider ecosystem, and a chance to illuminate successes and challenges related to wildlife around the globe.  CapeNature’s mandate of protecting biodiversity in the Western Cape includes protection of not only the Cape Floral Kingdom, which […]

CapeNature launches online booking

01 March at 04:00 AM, via CapeNature

CapeNature is pleased to announce that we’ve launched an online booking portal for our self-catering accommodation products around the province. Read on below for information on how you can make your booking online. In this post, we will guide you through some questions you may have about the online booking portal including What, Where, When, […]

A Sense of Wander at Grootvadersbosch

14 February at 12:13 PM, via CapeNature

Experience what we call a sense of wander and be captivated by the escape when you visit Grootvadersbosch Nature Reserve.  Nestled in the Langeberg mountains between Swellendam and Heidelberg, Grootvadersbosch is a small, quiet hideaway that will inspire you to get lost in timelessness. The land, originally owned by Roelof Oelofse, has a long and storied history, […]

Wildfires in the Western Cape of South Africa – Prevention is Crucial

14 February at 09:15 AM, via Environment.co.za

The post Wildfires in the Western Cape of South Africa – Prevention is Crucial appeared first on Environment News South Africa.

Every 2nd year the Western Cape battles with wildfires across the province especially in the urban areas. This has had devastating impacts on property, human lives as well as the vegetation. This situation is now exacerbated by the fact that various landowners are...

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