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30 Plastic Facts to Set the Record Straight

Blog entry by ltsotets | September 15, 2018

There is no disputing the critical environmental situation resulting from our excessive and unnecessary use of plastic. There is currently enough plastic in the ocean to circle the Earth over 400 times! But, in case you need more...

From fires to floods, the world's weird weather in photos

Blog entry by L Tsotetsi | August 31, 2018

Over the past few weeks, images have been flooding in from Greenpeace offices around the world, documenting our current “hothouse” state. In Africa, Japan, Germany, Denmark, Switzerland and Korea temperatures have soared, with some...

Checking the boxes one year after the Kenya single-use plastic bags ban

Blog entry by Amos Wemanya | August 29, 2018

Last year the National Environment Complaints committee released a report which indicated that every month an average of 24 million plastic bags were being used in Kenya. This led to the government issuing a ban on single use plastic...

Checking the boxes one year after the Kenya single-use plastic bags ban

Blog entry by Amos Wemanya | August 29, 2018

Last year the National Environment Complaints committee released a report which indicated that every month an average of 24 million plastic bags were being used in Kenya. This led to the government issuing a ban on single use plastic...

Poisoned Sugar Exposes Kenya’s Broken Food System

Feature story | August 23, 2018 at 14:45

The worsening impacts of climate change on agricultural productivity in most natural-resource dependent countries like Kenya is introducing a new form of vulnerability that is often overlooked. Increasingly, food safety is becoming an issue of a...

Can we count on Jeff to deliver renewable energy in the wake of the country’s challenges?

Feature story | August 16, 2018 at 9:24

Just a few hours ahead of the long-awaited Department of Energy’s final release of South Africa’s Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) - it’s all eyes are on Minister Jeff Radebe, as deadline looms.

Why We Must Never Take Clean Drinking Water for Granted

Blog entry by ltsotets | August 2, 2018

Few people would argue access to clean drinking water is a fundamental human right. Yet, a significant portion of the world’s population remains without.  In the following article, Sidrah Ahmad, will explore why this is the case;...

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