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Review: ‘Planet of the Humans’ is a mess. You should watch it

The new documentary on the future of our planet, executive produced by Michael Moore, fails on a number of fronts. But believers in green growth could still learn from it.

Dear EFF, it’s time for radical renewable transformation

The party’s vision for Eskom seems to be one designed to benefit vested interests rather than the greater good

Earth Day marks a significant climate change milestone

This Earth Day, with the signing of the Paris Agreement, is truly a cause for hope, writes the United States ambassador to South Africa.

Happy Earth Day – from a not so happy earth

On this 43rd Earth Day, it is worthwhile to go back to the never-ending argument about how much humans impact the planet, writes Sipho Kings.

Earth Day organisers call for ‘a billion acts of green’

The annual effort to raise public awareness about the environment and inspire actions to clean it up marks its 41st anniversary on Friday.

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