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Janice Golding

Ecology plans go from bad to biodiverse

The biodiversity management plan for the African penguin raises more questions than answers, writes Janice Golding.

Attacking the West will get Africa nowhere on climate change

First-world financial and technical skills with home-grown know-how can help in the fight to ensure food and water security in sub-Saharan Africa.

This marriage needs tough love

Nature conservation may need more sticks than carrots to work, says Janice Golding.

Curse of the COP17 cavalcade

The UN's power and sphere of influence can be measured by the impacts of its climate change drive.

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.

Professionalising NGOs

Conservation NGOs can lead, lobby, facilitate or terminate social and political processes involving nature conservation.

More polish needed if SA is to shine at COP17

Unless there is preparation and relationship building, SA will not shine on the world stage while hosting COP 17.

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

That trees fall under two different departments illustrates the need for politics to embrace science.

How green is our Constitution?

The UN declared 2010 the International Year of Biodiversity to encourage action, but South Africa is lagging behind.

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