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The Minister of Environmental Affairs appoints EAPASA as the single Registration Authority for Environmental Assessment Practitioners in South Africa

The Chairperson and Board of the Environmental Assessment Practitioners Association of South Africa (EAPASA) are pleased to announce its appointment as Registration Authority for Environmental Assessment Practitioners (EAPs) in South Africa. (more…)

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Underprivileged children taking pictures at the Kruger National Park

Underprivileged children taking pictures at the Kruger National Park

Canon South Africa has sponsored four Canon EOS 1300D cameras to the Wild Shots Outreach Programme. This programme is dedicated to teaching the art of wildlife photography to underprivileged children living on the edge of the Kruger National Park. (more…)

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Plastics|SA rolls out Operation Clean Sweep: Polyoak Packaging signs pledge to prevent pellet loss

Polyoak Packaging has become part of a worldwide drive by plastics leaders to reduce the amount of plastic pellets ending up in rivers and ultimately in the ocean, by signing a pledge to prevent resin pellet, flake and powder loss as part of Plastics|SA’s Operation Clean Sweep. (more…)

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Water supply – converting a potential crisis into opportunity

South Africa’s water supply is predicted to reach a crisis point by 2030. But could better management of this critical resource actually be the economic saviour of the country? Dr Anthony Turton, professor in the Centre for Environmental Management, University of the Free State believes so. (more…)

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Summer rain can’t wash away business’s water crisis – Environmental Resources Management (ERM)

Summer rains are not going to wash away South Africa’s water crisis and organisational planning to manage enduring water shortages and rising water costs has now become urgent. (more…)

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Saving the environment can be as simple as recycling

Our oceans are more than just a place to go for some time out from a busy lifestyle; about 97 per cent of the Earth’s water can be found in our oceans* and they’re home to roughly 15% of the earth’s species**. (more…)

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Play the Smart Water Saving Game and help drought stricken Western Cape

Specialist mobile and digital marketing enabler, Digitata Insights, has partnered with laundry brand Sunlight on a water saving awareness campaign that will result in the practical outcome of the delivery of 120,000 litres of potable water to the drought stricken Western Cape. (more…)

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South Africans urged to recycle their polystyrene

According to Adri Spangenberg, Director of the Polystyrene Association, expanded polystyrene is one of South Africa’s most commonly used materials relied upon by canteens and spaza shops owners and restauranteurs to keep their food or beverages hot or cold, as well as by retailers to protect high value items such as televisions or fridges owing […]

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Germany backs renewable energy projects in Africa with the launch of RLSF – an innovative liquidity facility managed by ATI

KfW, the German Development Bank, and the African Trade Insurance Agency (ATI) announced, on the side lines of the annual Africa Investment Exchange: Power and Renewables Meeting, a new instrument to support renewable energy projects in sub-Saharan Africa that targets small- and mid-scale (up to 50 MW) green power renewable energy projects.

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Sandton City shows its passion for the environment with powerful results

STYLE-WISE, WATER-WISE, AND ENERGY-SAVING…

Sandton City has cut its water use by 16% since 2015 thanks to a dedicated environmental initiative as part of its innovative management. (more…)

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