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Responding to the resignation of Brian Dames, Eskom CEO, Greenpeace Africa said:
As President Zuma prepares for his State of the Nation Address tomorrow, Greenpeace urges him to put South Africa on track for a clean and sustainable energy future, thus providing a number of new jobs, as part of his move to declare 2011 the...
Catastrophic climate change and uncontrollable debt are burdens South Africans will have to bear for their government’s addiction to coal. On top of the escalating construction costs for Kusile, the monstrous coal-fired power plant, the country...
Within the next 20 years, South Africa could create 78,000 new green jobs, slash its carbon emissions, increase its energy security and become a world leader in renewable energy production. Our latest research finds that a switch from investing...
A presentation on our report "South African energy sector jobs to 2030". Presented by the report's author, Jay Rutovitz, at a Johannesburg press conference on 18 August 2010.
How the Energy [R]evolution will create sustainable green jobs.
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