Before you swat that buzzing bee away, read on to discover the many dangers a world without bees could pose.
Is it beef? Is it from a cow? Is it real? It’s the world’s first burger made from lab-grown beef. It has the texture of real meat, but doesn’t seem to taste very good, though.
Cape Town becomes a bike friendly city and is going green in more ways than one. It has a network of bicycle lanes across the city that are to be painted green to demarcate their use for bikes only.
The environmental issues we face today are not just about the past; they are about the present and about the future, and they are a consequence of the past. “We leave the responsibility to you.”
Eskom and Nissan have joined forces on a three-year research project to study electric vehicles, their charging requirements, and characteristics. With this, the national energy supplier and the car maker hope to prepare for the entry of electric vehicles into the South African market.
Dr. Wangari Maathai (1940 – 2011) was an environmentalist, women’s rights advocate, social justice activist, founder of The Green Belt Movement and the first African woman to win a Nobel Peace Prize.
Waste should rarely go to waste. You might upcycle, recycle and donate at an impressive speed, but did you know that trash can be transformed into electricity, such a biogas? No, you’re not reading a sci-fi movie script idea!
Climate change has been a hotly-debated topic during the past few years, with more and more environmentalists pressuring companies and individuals to alter their practices and lifestyles in order to reduce environmental impact.
Earth Hour 2013 continues where 2012 left off and urges the world’s population to go beyond the hour, with pledges and dares to help put a stop to climate change. There are also a whole bunch of things to do in the dark, happening all over SA!
The science of earth observation (EO) is gaining ground in South Africa. It gives us a new perspective on our planet, helps us understand our environment, and uses satellite information to anticipate climate variations such as drought or floods.