conservation

 
No single nation has the capacity
No single nation has the capacity
The reality is that no single nation has the resources, capacity or mandate to undertake all of the research and effort needed to resolve the...
World's most advanced ocean research vessel
World's most advanced ocean research vessel
When completed in 2021, the $350-million REV l will be the largest and most advanced marine research platform in the world.
On the horns of a dilemma
On the horns of a dilemma
Legalising the rhino horn trade could inject R60-billion into the South African fiscus, but allowing the trade could backfire at the expense of...
Brothers in conservation want to restore indigenous knowledge
Brothers in conservation want to restore indigenous knowledge
Dr Johan Wentzel reckons that he and Dr Ephraim Mabena could have been brothers in another lifetime, tied together by a common passion for nature...
Integrating wildlife into rural economy is key to its survival
Integrating wildlife into rural economy is key to its survival
In 2014, the president of Botswana, Ian Khama, introduced a ban on hunting, saying it had contributed to poaching and “catastrophic” declines...
On protecting wildlife, SADC is leading the way
On protecting wildlife, SADC is leading the way
There are few easy wins when it comes to regional relations in Southern Africa. But on wildlife conservation, the Southern African Development...
Greening Awards: Editor's Note and Categories
Greening Awards: Editor's Note and Categories
Our annual Greening Awards are a chance to inject some much-needed hope into the world. So much is going wrong, especially when it comes to our...
Community Conservation and Resilience
Community Conservation and Resilience
South Africa’s greatest constraint is water. In a water-scarce country, planning has to focus on protecting this resource so it benefits the...
Woody plants on the march: Trees and shrubs are encroaching across Africa
Woody plants on the march: Trees and shrubs are encroaching across Africa
Forests are being cleared by humans at an alarming rate. Since 2000,
Public-private partnerships crucial for SA's national parks
Public-private partnerships crucial for SA's national parks
South Africa’s tourism sector contributes more to the national gross domestic product than most labour-intensive sectors in the country,...
The tusk at hand: SA begins great elephant trek
The tusk at hand: SA begins great elephant trek
Owing to an overpopulation of elephants at its Limpopo nature reserve, diamond producer De Beers has opted to relocate 200 elephants to Mozambique....
Protecting African wildlife
Protecting African wildlife
Roadkill. For the motorist, this word may invoke the frustration of vehicle damage or a potentially dangerous incident; little more. It is...

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