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[Slideshow]Living on the edge of extinction
[Slideshow]Living on the edge of extinction
The bi-annual Living Planet Index, released by the World Wide Fund for Nature, found that human activity has wiped out half of Earth’s wildlife.
Greens buoyant as oil firm halts testing in DRC park
Greens buoyant as oil firm halts testing in DRC park
Conservationists have claimed one of their greatest successes in recent years following the unexpected decision by British oil company Soco to stop...
UN targets wildlife traders in Africa sanctions
UN targets wildlife traders in Africa sanctions
The UN Security Council has targeted illegal wildlife traffickers for sanctions in a pair of resolutions against...
Greater Mekong region is on the decline, says WWF
Greater Mekong region is on the decline, says WWF
Forests are being cleared for commodities such as rubber and rice while illegal logging is decimating many protected zones, WWF said in a report on...
Where is South Africa's 21st century energy plan?
Where is South Africa's 21st century energy plan?
As part of WWF South Africa's post-COP17 strategy, the Mail & Guardian and WWF South Africa invites you to join us at our next Critical...
Vietnam to dispel rhino horn myths
Vietnam to dispel rhino horn myths
A meeting between Vietnamese and South African government delegations in Johannesburg this week revealed that the Vietnamese were completely...
Sanlam aims to free 'economic slaves'
Sanlam aims to free 'economic slaves'
Financial literacy is a civil rights issue, said John Bryant, chief executive officer of the NGO Operation Hope, at the launch of Sanlam's...
Plan now before taps run dry
Plan now before taps run dry
Ask people where water comes from and they're likely to answer: "a tap". We take for granted the feats of engineering and networks of pipelines...
Carbon tax imminent, says treasury
Carbon tax imminent, says treasury
A tax on carbon emissions could be im­posed as early as next year, says the national treasury. And while business claims that progress still has...
Will Prince William name new iris after his English rose?
Will Prince William name new iris after his English rose?
Someone out there is determined to buy botanical immortality: the online charity auction for the right to name South Africa's most recently...
Green revolution starts to take root
Green revolution starts to take root
A massive green rush is under way in South Africa, with major energy, construction and finance companies setting up specialised renewable energy...
WWF questions integrity of Nersa hearings
WWF questions integrity of Nersa hearings
The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) in SA on Tuesday questioned the integrity of the National Energy Regulator of South Africa's (Nersa) public...

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