In 2012 the sale of Fairtrade food products in South Africa reached a record high of R234 million, a 220% increase from 2011’s R73.2 million. For the third year in a row South African consumers and businesses have chosen Fairtrade as their preferred sustainability choice. Read More
Join Trekking for Trash duo Camilla and Michael as they uncover hidden gems along South Africa’s Eastern Coastline on their litter awareness campaign, T4T. Read More
At last we hear from Trekking for Trash’s Michael Baretta, as he paints a picture of the rugged terrain crossed from Natures Valley to Port Elizabeth. Read More
Trekking for Trash’s Camilla and Michael cross one of the most beautiful, yet strenuous, stretches of the South African coastline and spend a night with Knysna’s elephants! Read More
Trekking for Trash duo, Camilla and Michael are faced with more wind, snakes and cliffs at the start of their journey in 2013. Read More
On Friday 1 March 2013, internationally renowned chef and restaurateur Reuben Riffel was announced as a Fairtrade ambassador for Fairtrade in South Africa. Read More
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! Read More
Now that Pope Francis has been elected, one of the questions eco-savvy people might be asking is: How eco-friendly is he?
It’s almost Human Rights Day and the perfect time to think about your eco human rights, not just as a person but as a green being!