The Unashamedly Ethical business and fundraising breakfast will take place on Friday, 22 September at the Elangeni Hotel in Durban.
The National Waste Management Strategy (2011) specifies that all metropolitan municipalities, secondary cities and large towns must have initiated programmes for waste separation at source.
The move towards sustainability is increasingly evident in South Africa’s built sector, reports Tamara Oberholster.
Is the current preoccupation with load-shedding keeping South Africans in the dark about our next looming crisis? Asks Gillian Klawansky.
One of the biggest things mankind must do to tackle climate change is alter how we transport people and goods, suggests lindsey grubb.
Not that long ago the term “climate change” was viewed with scepticism by most of the world. Steadily, as scientists assembled more and more evidence relating to the causes and potentially drastic effects of climate change, it steadily sunk in – becoming the harsh reality we now know.
Essential facts and eye-opening stats.
I have been uncomfortable with the concept of “sustainable development” ever since I first came across it in second year Geography, back in the 90’s, writes Simon Gear.
This patented innovative product has been locally designed to use an existing geyser (hot water boiler) to reduce your electricity bill by up to 40%.
Leading healthcare risk waste (HCRW) management company, Compass Medical Waste Services, recently announced an innovative Broad-based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) deal that will set a precedent for companies wishing to fully embrace the spirit of this initiative.
South Africa is looking harder for a solution to its power shortages reports Lesley Stones.
The International Council of Forest and Paper Associations (ICFPA) eighth biennial International CEO Roundtable recently took place in Germany.
Although welcomed, the new environmental impact assessment (EIA) regulations are also underpinned by contention, writes Brindaveni Naidoo.
Big business is putting big effort into securing the world’s food supply – “sustainability” is the new “eco-friendly”, reports Trevor Crighton.
Forestry South Africa heralds International Day of Forests with new infographic-rich website.