Sheree Bega

Skukuza court closure was like a ‘knife in the back’ of rangers

South Africa’s flagship wildlife-poaching court reopens in Skukuza after being shut for a year

Climate change threatens survival of endemic species the most

If Earth warms by 3°C, a third of species living on land and about half of endemic marine species will become extinct

Wits in a climate hot spot

The university says it provides a platform for multiple voices to be heard on any issue, including that of a climate denialist

Mantashe is pumping gas

The minister believes liquified petroleum gas is needed in the energy mix, but some experts are not convinced of its merits

Carbon dioxide, methane levels surge despite Covid-19 lockdowns

Carbon dioxide levels are now higher than at any time in past 3.6-million years

South Africa will miss UN’s clean water targets

Mismanagement, pollution and a water deficit exacerbated by climate change are to blame

Husband’s death ‘a war crime, it must be investigated’

Three legal complaints have been submitted to the UN to investigate the photojournalist’s killing and recover his remains

Powerships ‘a climate threat’

The decision to use Turkey’s floating power plants locks the country into fossil fuels for 20 years

The Rage Room: ‘Break things to your heart’s content’

The destruction-services provider in Bryanston offers stressed South Africans the chance to smash up old appliances with a hammer

Poaching is wiping out Africa’s elephants

Forest elephants are on the brink of extinction and savanna elephants are now classified as endangered

High levels of climate warming could shrink range of wild-harvested food plants

In a recent study, the authors examined the climate change risk to 1 190 species used by 19 indigenous language groups in Southern Africa

‘It’s absolutely terrifying to be a whistleblower in Sasol’

A criminal investigation into the petrol giant is under way based on Ian Erasmus’s evidence that the company allegedly polluted the Vaal with hazardous chemicals

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