Ready to trade but doing it differently

The world revolves around trade. It’s always been the case – from the first micro barter system to the highly complex and...
water desalination

Water security from desalination: A story of technology innovation

While not all water desalination plants produce at the same efficiency levels, there are some incredibly positive examples of new technology.
Rockefeller Foundation pledges $1bn for green recovery

Evaluating environmental performance reporting using hybrid metrics

Despite the adoption of environmental impact reporting, it is still difficult for investors to understand the actual financial benefits.
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DEFF denies environmental assessments will be scrapped

In response to concerns that environmental assessments will be scrapped, the Department of Environment, Forestry and Fisheries has issued a statement to clarify information.
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Environmental assessments to be scrapped in South Africa

Large-scale projects for the roll-out of gas, electricity, water, solar and other infrastructure projects will be given exemption from the need for environmental authorisation.

Eskom to address environmental breaches at Kendal Power Station

South Africa’s power utility, Eskom, last week acknowledged the environmental breaches emanating from its operation of the coal-fired Kendal power station.
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Environmental framework bill must be revived states law firm

In South Africa, the NEMLAA4 Bill is vitally important to the evolving environmental framework and the strengthening of the One Environmental System.
Amazon Rainforest

Intentional or natural: Viewpoint behind fires in Amazon rainforest

When environmentalists at Norvergence were curating this research, or even now when you are reading it, the Amazon rainforest is burning at a record rate.

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