The most recent outbreak of the Ebola virus began last December, in a town called Meliandou in the forest region of Guinea in West Africa. That is, it used to be forested, as a recent article in Vanity Fair pointed out:
U.S. ice cream producer, Ben & Jerry’s is fighting GMO’s with fudge brownie ice cream.
An eco-friendly temple in Mylapore, India, no longer allows plastic items within its doors. The ban has been set by government and is spreading to include more temples in the state of Tamil Nadu.
TOPIC stands for Testing of Products Initiated by Consumers and is a brand new concept that is launching in South Africa this October. A consumer-led and funded organisation, TOPIC will test the authenticity of natural and organic products and aims to protect the consumer from false claims and mislabelling.
You might not realise it, but the amount of water that you consume could be off the charts, harming the planet.
Monday and Tuesday of this week saw our 2014 Remake Design Challenge finalists present their designs to our esteemed judging panel at The Vineyard Hotel in Newlands, Cape Town.
International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer, otherwise known as World Ozone Day, is coming up soon! Held every year on the 16th September, it looks at what can be done to heal the ozone layer. Here’s more information and what you can do in your own life to get in on the positive action.
Pick n Pay has more than achieved its target on reducing carbon emissions set in 2010 – a full year ahead of schedule. The company is now focusing on reducing emissions further, through greater in-store energy efficiency and other means.
Joburg will be South Africa’s first city to obtain electricity from landfill with the city’s first methane gas-to-power project.
We’re constantly being warned about the tons of plastic that are littering the surface of our world’s oceans – but now a recent study shows that they are disappearing.