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Selfish Sustainability?

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.

Finding Energy

South Africa is looking harder for a solution to its power shortages reports Lesley Stones.

New ‘One Environmental System’ To Stamp Out Overregulation

Although welcomed, the new environmental impact assessment (EIA) regulations are also underpinned by contention, writes Brindaveni Naidoo.

Farming For The Future

Big business is putting big effort into securing the world’s food supply - "sustainability" is the new "eco-friendly", reports Trevor Crighton.

Feel Good Factor

Eco-tourism has the potential to alleviate poverty in South Africa, bring money into the economy and create jobs, writes Lisa Dewberry.

Know Your Green From Your ‘Green’

Technology has become not just a part of our economic growth, but also a clear illustration of the standards and priorities we share as a society, writes Elizabeth Diaz Zuniga.

Put Your Best Foot Forward

There's an easy-to-understand guide that will give you a basic understanding of how to go about reducing your carbon footprint, writes Cara Bouwer.

Talking About A (Green) Revolution

Where does South Africa stand in terms of transforming a traditionally coal-fired economy into a hub of green activity? Gaye Crossley investigates.

Soil Health Comes First

The pragmatic nature of every successful farmer I know demands some form of trust, assurance or confidence in using or adopting a new technology or idea in their operation. If the new concept – or chemical or machine – proves to be a success, it is adopted and becomes part of the ongoing operation.

New Water Restrictions Imposed on Johannesburg

The City of Johannesburg is required by the Department of Water and Sanitation to reduce its water usage by 15% with immediate effect.


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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%.

A healthy B-BEEE Deal For Compass Medical Waste Services

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.

Global Forest And Paper Industry CEOs Discuss Future

The International Council of Forest and Paper Associations (ICFPA) eighth biennial International CEO Roundtable recently took place in Germany.

South Africa’s Forestry Sector Explained

Forestry South Africa heralds International Day of Forests with new infographic-rich website.

Red Bull’s Waves For Water Documentary

Red Bull TV announced the release of Waves For Water, a new feature length documentary that tells the story of former pro surfer Jon Rose and his mission to bring access to clean drinking water to everyone in the world who needs it.

Silverstar And Gold Reef City Champion Efforts On Climate Change

Pollution prevention always trumps pollution reduction, and the stakes couldn’t be higher with methane. The waste and recycling industries have an opportunity to slash methane emissions and contribute to the climate solution right now.

South Africa’s 66% Paper Recovery Rate Exceeds Global Average

Paper Recycling Association calls on citizens to do more to divert valuable ‘waste’ from going to landfill.

LSFB’s 10-Year Success In S.A.

Ten years ago light steel frame building (LSFB) was seen in South Africa as a strange new building method that challenged the brick-and-mortar mindset of local contractors.

Paper Manufacturers’ Inaugural Report

Sustainability was at the centre of the paper manufacturers’ inaugural report for 2016.

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