The WESSA Wild Walk is a spectacular 23-day journey through the ecologically rich, dynamic and diverse Wild Coast region of South Africa. Starting from Port Edward on 1 March and ending 23 days later in Cintsa near East London, the trail comprises five fully catered and supported trail sections, giving hikers flexibility to choose their […]
The Green Fund in South Africa, which was established to support green initiatives and assist South Africa’s transition to a low carbon, resource efficient and climate resilient development path, is inviting interested parties to submit proposals for research and policy development projects on themes that advance green economy policy objectives in South Africa. Under the overarching theme […]
A specialist indigenous trees, shrubs, groundcovers, aloes and bulbs grower, exporter and retailer in Hartbeespoortdam, South Africa.
“Solar power is a cost-effective electricity solution in various countries around the world – sometimes even without government subsidies. This is because of a ±70% price drop of solar panels in the past five years as well as a growing demand for power,” says Jigar Shah, CEO of Jigar Shah Consulting. “As a result, in the US, solar energy without government subsidies has become a cost-effective electricity solution to 20% of Americans. […]
One of the topics on the agenda at the upcoming The Solar Future South Africa conference is the need to improve its sustainability in the South African solar industry by going beyond subsidized government-managed and monitored programs. The Solar Future South Africa will take place on 12 February 2013 in Cape Town at the Southern Sun […]
Carbon Calculated’s network of trained professionals are accredited by the GHG Management Institute in organisational carbon accounting, carbon footprint verification and submissions under the CDP.
The Geyser Shop is a 100% Black Owned KZN (South Africa) based business specializing in hot water systems.
Solardome SA is an independent solar hot water system manufacturer in Stellenbosch, South Africa.
The Recycling and Economic Development Initiative of South Africa’s (REDISA) Waste Tyre Management Plan has recently been approved by the government in South Africa to address environmental, social and economic impacts of scrap tyres. Through a waste tyre management fee on being charged on manufacturers and importers of tyres of R2.30 + VAT per kilogramme of […]