Rich developed countries remain reluctant to compensate poorer nations financially for devastation wrought by increasingly extreme weather phenomena.
The SB13 Southern Africa Conference provides an international forum to examine the issues that affect the built environment.
Economic and environmental challenges demand that the built industry plan for the future, and today it is doing just that.
The Mail & Guardian's environment writer Sipho Kings has walked away with three awards for the 2013 SAB Environmental Media awards.
Council aims to create "an attractive, clean, green and healthy environment".
Careers within the built environment may remain in high demand, but there are plenty of challenges to overcome in todayâ€™s economy.
Killing the carbon tax will destroy a great idea, writes the WWF's Saliem Fakir and Manisha Gulati.
Ntokozo Mbuli is the winner of the Future Leaders Award.
Hundreds of people have converged at the Pretoria National Botanical Gardens for the annual commemoration of the World Environment Day.
Xoli Fuyani is an environmental educator helping children to discover their natural heritage. She is an M&G 200 Young South African.
Britain's Green Investment Bank is the world's first bank solely focused on lending to clean energy projects.
Short-termism is pushing the world towards a 2C temperature increase by 2050. Humans will have to adapt on the go, constantly repairing damage.
Community members allege that a new mine is destroying a wetland, threatening their livelihoods, and is operating illegally.
A report by the Centre for Environmental Rights has found that government bodies and companies are blocking requests for information.
With 2013 set to break new records in rhino poaching, environmental ministers will meet in Bangkok to find a solution.
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan's budget has been generous to the environment, with extended funding and clarity on the carbon tax.