The upcoming Global Water Story exhibition at the Iziko South African Museum will examine the diversity and challenges of water sources worldwide and promote conversation, creativity and innovation through art, science and technology.
The International Union for Conservation of Nature has admitted 15 new natural sites to the IUCN Green List of Protected and Conserved Areas – the first global standard recognising best practice in protected areas.
Five intrepid open water swimmers have conquered seven of the estuaries in the Eastern Cape to raise awareness around the poor state of our country’s rivers and to highlight the urgent need to restore them.
The Endangered Wildlife Trust’s Conservation Canine, Annie, and her handler, Colin, have struck again, with their efforts leading to the arrest of three suspected rhino poachers in Balule Private Nature Reserve, Limpopo.
50 days, four countries and 11 235km later, South Africa humanitarian and eco-warrior, Carla Geyser, has returned home having led a successful international all-women conservation mission into Southern Africa.
Today, the North Gauteng High Court set aside the 2016 decisions of former Mineral Resources Minister Zwane and the late Environmental Affairs Minister Molewa to permit a new coal mine to be developed in the Mabola Protected Environment near Wakkerstroom, Mpumalanga.
In the hot and dry rural areas of northern KwaZulu-Natal, an innovative and well-informed network of farmers has shown that the land can take care of its people – if its people take care of their land.