The Endangered Wildlife Trust and World Wide Fund for Nature South Africa welcome the South African government’s recent decision to designate the uMgeni Vlei Nature Reserve as the country’s 21st Ramsar site.
The "Africa Ecological Footprint Report" takes stock of the health of Africa’s ecosystems, as well as trends in resources use patterns. It also lays out recommendations on implementing green development pathways for Africa.
In a shift for corporate/NGO relationships, the World Wide Fund-South Africa and Woolworths has announced a targeted sustainability partnership.
"Gone are the days when business was able to shrug off environmental concerns as being incompatible with maximising shareholder value."
Drinking wine is one of life’s great pleasures, but there’s even more pleasure when you know that your favourite tipple is not harming the environment.
WWF-SA is looking for applications for the position of Graduate Development Programme Co-ordinator, to support the work of its Environmental Leaders Program. The program aims to support the development of new and current leaders for the environment.
Coinciding with World Environment Day, the government of Indonesia, in cooperation with a number of conservation groups, has declared 5 June the start of the International Year of the Rhino.
Humanity's demands exceed our planet's capacity to sustain us by 50%. So we need the equivalent of 1.5 planets to provide what we ask for. The 2012 Living Planet Report, launched by WWF this week, provides a sobering wake-up call to the reality that human activity is exceedingly impacting negatively on our planet.
WWF-SA's Water Balance Programme recently received R9 million from Nedbank to invest in South Africa's critical water catchment areas.
The latest audits of Woolworths 15 largest fruit and vegetable growers, who supply some 37% of Woolies fresh produce on a total area of about 45 000 hectares, show that Farming for the Future, Woolworths pioneering holistic approach to farming, is achieving what it sets out to do...
Woolworths has become the first South African company to become a member of the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO), a global organisation which has developed a set of standards that address the legal, economic, environmental and social requirements of producing sustainable palm oil.