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The inevitable transformation - why swift action is needed to stay below 1.5

Blog entry by Jennifer Morgan | November 7, 2016

Last year, 197 countries adopted the historic Paris Agreement on climate change. Today (November 4th) it comes into force, in one of the fastest ratifications of any international agreement. In 2015 at COP21 in Paris,...

‘State Capture’ and irrational choices at the heart of South Africa’s energy woes

Press release | November 4, 2016 at 14:40

Johannesburg, 04 November 2016: Reacting to this week’s damning “State of Capture’’ report and the release of ground-breaking research “A Rational IRP that is ambitious on Renewable Energy”, by researchers from the CSIR at the WINDABA conference...

No room for secrecy

Press release | November 1, 2016 at 9:37

The Life After Coal Campaign (made up of groundWork, the Centre for Environmental Rights and Earthlife Africa, Johannesburg) together with Greenpeace Africa are deeply concerned about the current state of South Africa’s energy policy. Vital...

Greenpeace challenges Shoprite shareholders to engage on renewable energy

Press release | October 31, 2016 at 8:49

Cape Town, 31 October 2016 – Today, Greenpeace activists protested outside the Shoprite headquarters in Cape Town to demand that the retailer engages on the potential of renewable energy for South Africa. The protest at the Annual General Meeting...

Woolworths, Massmart, and Pick n Pay get tops on Renewable Energy, Shoprite scores...

Press release | October 27, 2016 at 9:04

Johannesburg, 27 October 2016 - In order to fully benefit from the potential of abundant renewable energy in South Africa, companies need to step out of their comfort zones and send clear signals to the markets by committing to an ambitious 100%...

Shopping Clean: Retailers and Renewable Energy

Publication | October 26, 2016 at 12:08

South Africa’s retail sector plays an important role in society and has developed over time to meet the changing needs of the country. As such, this update of the report released by Greenpeace Africa in April 2016 titled “Shopping Clean –...

Whale Fail – no new sanctuary in the South Atlantic (again).

Blog entry by Willie Mackenzie | October 25, 2016

All rights reserved . Credit: Twitter Bad news from the 2016 International Whaling Commission meeting – as the first significant vote was another disappointment for whales and supporters of conservation.

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