Over 600,000 Facebook users have voiced concern about Facebook's use of dirty energy. So the question is: how will Facebook power its new data centre?
A new study projects that solar investments are set to rocket, firing-up job creation, and further highlighting why South Africa needs its energy [R]evolution.
Our new report highlights once again that nuclear power is a dead-end: it would lock the country into an out-dated, expensive and deadly energy future.
Last month activists took bold action to stop the oil rig Leiv Eiriksson from drilling in the Arctic waters. But sadly the Greenland government has now approved Cairn Energy’s application to drill four offshore oil wells this year.
As global emissions continue to rocket, Greenpeace activists are safe and secure in their Arctic pod, preventing Carin Energy from dangerous drilling.
An Energy Revolution is not just possible, it's already happening. Here are few amazing facts about renewable energy that the world ought to know.
In a recent article in the Mail and Guardian it was revealed that President Zuma has taken over as the chairperson of the National Nuclear Energy Coordinating committee.
Today marks the International Day against Nuclear Tests. Since 1945, more than 2000 nuclear tests have been carried out at more than 60 locations around the globe. Nuclear weapons were designed and tested to be the ultimate doomsday...
Japan’s announcement that it is committing to phase out nuclear energy by 2030 and increase renewable energy by 30% is very welcome news – and another wake-up call for the South African government.
Greenpeace Executive Director Kumi Naidoo wrote the following opinion piece for the New York Times/International Herald Tribune.
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