New measures to meet SA’s conservation commitment Photo Credit: Birdlife South Africa is introducing a new, additional mechanism to grow its biodiversity conservation footprint in order to achieve its international commitment as a signatory to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) by 2030. This is not
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What canaries are to coal mines, penguins are to our oceans Photo Credit: Peter Chadwick In a joint statement, WWF South Africa, BirdLife South Africa, the Endangered Wildlife Trust and SANCCOB weigh in on the latest measures to save the African penguin. We commend the Department
Criminal to have food insecurity when govt policy can solve it Photo Credit: FoodForward SA ‘We are confident that we can help to solve South Africa’s food insecurity crisis through our national FoodBanking model, but in order to achieve this, government has to put in place
Seriti Institute Photo Credit: WWF About Seriti Institute Seriti Institute, formed in 2009, is a registered non-profit company and public benefit organization. A Level 1 B-BBEE compliant social enterprise. Seriti works with communities and social partners to support them to reach their goals by delivering innovative,
Lima Rural Development Photo Credit: Andrea Weiss About Lima Rural Development Lima Rural Development (Lima) is a non-profit company established in 1989. By providing sustainable and integrated development services to rural communities in South Africa and Lesotho, Lima promotes dignified, sustainable, and transformative community growth. As
Graduate Internships partners Photo Credit: Natasha Prince / WWF South Africa From conservation partners to big corporates, the programme works with a diverse range of funders and host organisations. The WWF also works closely with all universities in South Africa to promote internship opportunities. With these
Plastics Project Photo Credit: WWF Troy Mayne The WWF Nedbank Green Trust plastics project presents a cohesive, overarching approach to address the problem of plastics pollution across the entire value chain. Plastic pollution is now found throughout food webs in every known
Farming the Wild Photo Credit: Kelvin Truatman. Left to right reserve rangers Bhotsotso, Charles Myeni, Nqobile Myeni and Muzi Igniting new ways for people and nature to thrive After 10 years of hard work by the KwaZulu-Natal-based Wildlands (a programme of the
South Africa joins Plastics Pact network Photo Credit: WWF On 30 January, South Africa became the first country in Africa to sign up to the Ellen MacArthur Foundation's Plastics Pact network, joining the United Kingdom, Chile, France, Portugal and the Netherlands. The
Smart Food Initiative Photo Credit: WWF The food system, while highly productive, has done more damage to our natural environment than any other human enterprise. Of all activities on earth, the production of food is the largest contributor to biodiversity loss, deforestation,