Tackling Sustainability And Food Security

Sustainability and food security are a major focus for South Africa’s food producers, writes Trevor Crighton.

Carbon Tax Deadline Looms

The first round of submissions for scope 1 emitters is due at the end of October.

Preparing For The Future

Agriculturists must take the lead in the fight against climate change, writes Glenneis Kriel.

Investing In Landscapes: Who Will Pay?

Protecting biodiversity is not cheap. Money has to come from somewhere says Samantha Barnes.

South African Students Say Climate Change Is The Biggest Issue Facing The World Today

According to new research by Cambridge International, young people in South Africa say climate change is the single biggest issue affecting the world today and almost all believe they should be learning about it in school.

Firmly Planted

Anna Trapido savours South Africa’s deliciously diverse, plant-based culinary culture.

Climate Change

Humbling lessons from Australia.

Africa Food Safety Workshop 2020

In 2020, NMISA will be hosting the Africa Food Safety Workshop in collaboration with the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organisation IAEA Africa Food Safety Network.

Resilience Needed To Fight The Effects Of Climate Change

The only way for modern cities to effectively handle climate change is through programmes to build resilience. Rodney Weidemann reports.

Minerals Council Supports Just Transition To A Cleaner Energy Mix

Calls on government to urgently address self-generated power issue.

A Triumphal Story Of Resilience In The Face Of A Changing Climate

While Trump and his Republican pals still try to throw shade at the Climate Change reality we all face, we are no doubt, in Africa, that we are already living through it’s realities, and are seeing the signs that it’s going to get a lot worse.

A First Glimpse Into The Investing In Africa Mining Indaba 2020 Programme

Optimising growth and investment in the digitised mining economy.

SA’s Mining Industry Returns To Profitability

…But remains in transition – PwC.

The Mine Water Co-ordinating Group Show That There Is Life After Coal Mining

According to the Minerals Council of South Africa, coal has “reserves sufficient to satisfy its needs for more than a century.”

Leave It To The Children

Kerry Dimmer speaks to South African learners who have united with global peers to express their anger at the slow pace at which climate change is addressed.

Sweden And WWF Celebrate Global Goals To Make The World A Better Place

The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) South Africa and the Embassy of Sweden, Pretoria, teamed up recently to encourage future leaders, influencers and diplomatic corps to participate in a seven-day sustainable living challenge and to showcase meaningful contributions to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (or SDGs).

Investing In A Green Future

Can green bonds unlock the investment to fight climate change? Vanessa Clark finds out.

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Water Crisis

But SA moves at a snail’s pace.

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Carbon Tax

As of January next year, South African businesses will be subject to a carbon tax on emissions generated. Adam Oxford talks to Candice Gibson to find out what that means.

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Cities Cutting Down Carbon – Can It Be Done?

The mayors of Cape Town, Durban, Tshwane and Johannesburg have committed to ensuring that all new buildings are “zero net carbon” designs. Georgina Guedes investigates what that means.