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Janice Golding

Janice Golding

    Ecology plans go from bad to biodiverse
    Ecology plans go from bad to biodiverse
    Happy people plan actions, they don't plan results. This is evident in the African penguin biodiversity management plan gazetted on October...
    Attacking the West will get Africa nowhere on climate change
    Attacking the West will get Africa nowhere on climate change
    It has been six years since the accusations were flung, but they still resonate. The northern countries' contribution to climate change is an...
    This marriage needs tough love
    This marriage needs tough love
    The marriage between ­poverty and biodiversity conservation remains troublesome. For many, the notion of simply loving plants and animals in...
    Curse of the COP17 cavalcade
    Curse of the COP17 cavalcade
    The UN's power and sphere of influence can be measured by the impacts of its climate change drive. Evidently, its effort to reduce global warming...
    Curse of the COP 17 cavalcade
    Curse of the COP 17 cavalcade
    The UN's power and sphere of influence can be measured by the impacts of its climate change drive. Evidently, its effort to reduce global warming...
    Professionalising NGOs
    Professionalising NGOs
    Conservation non-governmental organisations (NGOs) can lead, lobby, facilitate or terminate social and political processes involving nature...
    More polish needed if SA is to shine at COP17
    More polish needed if SA is to shine at COP17
    The Mail & Guardian recently reported that COP 17 (the 17th Conference of the Parties of the United Nations Framework Convention on...
    Live and let braai
    Live and let braai
    In the face of climate change, an alternate strategy for reducing emissions could be to build a responsible food culture
    Can't see the policy for the trees
    Can't see the policy for the trees
    When science and policy are at odds, it is as if they are parallel work streams with no clear points of intersection.
    How green is our Constitution?
    How green is our Constitution?
    Nature has powerful resonances for South Africans. Well-heeled, educated folk regard it as an elitist hobby. Others, who live off the land, revere...