What does deforestation look like in South Africa
The search for biological control agents is underway
An homage to selected dying trees, ‘A Still Life’ provides viewers with an opportunity to consider a moment of connection between humans, trees and the natural environment
The invasion of this destructive beetle wiping out trees is only in its infancy and scientists expect ecological and social costs to rack up
Some species have fewer than 50 individuals left in the wild and in South Africa, 6% of its species are threatened
Such shifts are being observed globally, researchers say
A simplistic approach to tree restoration without not properly accounting for the complexities of plant and atmosphere interactions can cause problems
The well-being of about 3.2-billion people, 40% of the world’s population, has been harmed
Relocating ancient trees such as the baobab is possible but comes at a cost to its micro-habitat
Thousands of trees have been planted in the new suburb of Riverside View
The benefits of planting just one tree are far-reaching
Abiy is leading by example as Ethiopia plans to plant a mind-boggling four billion trees by October
Greenpop plants trees, but there is something else going on. Its wider strategy has seen the movement outgrow the bounds of its humble beginnings.
An organisation in Johannesburg hopes that trading bikes for trees will plant the seeds of entrepreneurship.
That trees fall under two different departments illustrates the need for politics to embrace science.
University of Johannesburg scientists have started creating a database of DNA information from the world’s tree species.
Tentative preparations for an African "wall of trees" to slow down the southern spread of the Sahara desert are finally getting under way.
The South African National Roads Agency decided to save a giant Outeniqua yellowwood tree during major road construction.