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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...
SA will have to produce 50% more food by 2050 or face crisis — WWF report
SA will have to produce 50% more food by 2050 or face crisis — WWF report
South Africa faces an impending food security crisis if there isn't urgent action to correct unsustainable practices, says environmental organisation World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF). ...
Madagascar elections: An environmental disaster in waiting
Madagascar elections: An environmental disaster in waiting
What links Brazil and Madagascar? 
African drive to embrace all life
African drive to embrace all life
The the World Wide Fund for Nature's latest Living Planet Report revealed this week that even two Earths would not be able to sustain current...
Carbon dioxide 'driving fish mad'
Carbon dioxide 'driving fish mad'
Rising carbon dioxide (CO2) levels in the oceans are affecting the brains and central nervous systems of fish, literally driving them crazy, it was...
WWF takes issue with rhino horn 'consumer countries'
WWF takes issue with rhino horn 'consumer countries'
Despite the dramatic increase in rhino poaching in the past few years, "consumer states" such as China, Thailand and Vietnam have not prosecuted...
WWF: Renewable sources can supply sufficient energy
WWF: Renewable sources can supply sufficient energy
It will take trillions of dollars and a massive shift in consumer, corporate and political mindsets, but the world can get all the energy it needs...
SA's greenhouse emissions very high, says WWF
SA's greenhouse emissions very high, says WWF
South Africa's greenhouse gas emissions per capita are similar to that of industrialised countries, partly because of its strong reliance on coal,...
SA warned over water resources
SA warned over water resources
South Africa's demand for fresh water will exceed its supply by 2025, the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) warned on Tuesday.

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