Scientists warned on Earth Day that we need to leave most of our remaining fossil fuel reserves in the ground to prevent climate change disaster.
South Africa will build an additional 6 300 megawatts of renewable energy, adding to the 5 200 megawatts already being procured.
An energy storage plant in Ireland could solve the problem of storing large amounts of solar and wind-generated energy for later use.
Private projects are being rushed to bolster energy supplies, skipping checks and jeopardising lives.
South Africa’s lion hunting industry has little to do with conservation and everything to do with profit but it seems only foreign governments care.
Limpopo farmers are feeling powerless as the minerals department greedily consumes agricultural land and with it, the water supply.
Solar Impulse 2 took off from Abu Dhabi en route to Muscat at the start of a five-month journey organised to focus attention on sustainable energy.
Scorching heat has put the town on the map as a provider of concentrated solar power, but a pricing error may dampen its potential.
The Klip River brings disease but, like many other water sources, it is still not being tested.
Paulistanos are quickly learning to use water wisely as the reality of the drought hits them.
Elephants in South Africa are being trained to sniff our explosives, poachers and landmines in what is called the art of "bio-detection".
The major air polluters had until April to get their act together, but a loophole in the law means corporates can ask for more postponements.
The fact that the poachers shot calves and took a small bit of rhino horn shows just how much it is worth in the illegal international market.
The pact between Pretoria and Portugal over the hydroelectric dam helped the apartheid state extend its empire's tentacles, say researchers.
With just five left on earth, the animal's end is inevitable, and experts argue whether it's viable to give the species a resurgence in captivity.
The Ocean View fishers say they’re being forced into poverty by the government’s “flawed and corrupt” fishing permit processes.
There is a culture among wealthy people to own tiger parts in order to mount heads and decorate living rooms with rugs made from their pelts.
The fate of land vital to South Africa's water security now rests with the ministers of mining and environmental affairs.
A recent report painted a worst-case scenario of a rise of up to 5.1°C by 2090 if there are no actions taken to cut greenhouse emissions.