Greening the Future Awards

 
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...
Youth Leadership
Youth Leadership
Sometimes programmes have both overwhelming quantitative and quantitative impacts. The World Wide Fund for Nature’s (WWF) “Environmental...
Energy Efficiency and carbon management
Energy Efficiency and carbon management
Geysers are one of those things that every home needs, but that every homeowner loathes because of the amount of energy they use. Their design has...
Water Efficiency and Management
Water Efficiency and Management
For big companies, helping to preserve the environment is not just something that looks and feels good, but is also something critical to the...
Innovation in construction
Innovation in construction
Architect David Roberts started building and designing with elaborate forts in his sandpit, a forgiving environment. By the time he reached his...
​Greening the Future Awards 2018
​Greening the Future Awards 2018
For 13 years, the Mail & Guardian Greening the Future Awards showcased the very best in work that is making the world a better place for its flora...
Watch the keynote address of the 2016 Mail & Guardian Greening the Future Awards here
Watch the keynote address of the 2016 Mail & Guardian Greening the Future Awards here
The Greening the Future Awards, held on July 28 2016, highlighted our judges' choices for the best environmental projects of the year.
Modelling the Western Cape's water future: prudent investment and management required
Modelling the Western Cape's water future: prudent investment and management required
Stellenbosch University Western Cape Green Economy Model (WeCaGEM)
A home gardening programme that creates ‘patches of salvation’ with waste
A home gardening programme that creates ‘patches of salvation’ with waste
At the kernel of Soil for Life's (SFL) Home Food Gardening Programme is the old proverb about a man and a fish (give a man a fish and he eats for a...
There's something good about getting the neighbours to preserve their own environment
There's something good about getting the neighbours to preserve their own environment
Greater Kyalami Conservancy (Gekco) Green Neighbourhood Project 

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