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The trouble with indiscriminate tree-planting in Africa
The trouble with indiscriminate tree-planting in Africa
On July 25 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed picked up a spade and started to dig a hole. When he was finished, he gently lowered...
SA on low-carbon diet
SA on low-carbon diet
The usual suspects lined up for the annual identity parade as South Africa's biggest emitters were revealed last month.
Africa unites on climate change
Africa unites on climate change
The African group of states flexed its negotiating muscle at climate change talks in Barcelona this week by staging a day-long boycott of the...
Global recession linked to drop in carbon emissions
Global recession linked to drop in carbon emissions
The global recession revealed its first hint of a silver lining on Tuesday when the International Energy Agency (IEA) revealed that carbon...
Warning on warming
Warning on warming
Unchecked global warming could bring a temperature rise of 4ºC within many people's lifetimes, according to a new report for the British...
SA hopes for favourable deal at climate conference
SA hopes for favourable deal at climate conference
It was unrealistic for developing countries such as South Africa to commit to carbon emission targets, because of their economic status, said...
Rich countries will suffer unless they help poor
Rich countries will suffer unless they help poor
The world's rich countries need to embark on a huge transfer of funds to developing countries in order for both groups to grow richer and reduce...
Turning over a new leaf
Turning over a new leaf
Special commendation for innovation -- Energy efficiency and carbon management: Food & Trees for Africa
Still a long way to go
Still a long way to go
South African companies are falling short when it comes to responsible environmental reporting, a new study has found.
Waiting for the smog to clear
Waiting for the smog to clear
Unless you've had your head under a Kalahari molehill for the past decade you should be aware of the "inconvenient truth" about the world's...

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