Honeybees are essential for food and job security

2022-09-28T18:20:09+00:00

HONEYBEES ARE ESSENTIAL FOR FOOD AND JOB SECURITY Photo Credit:WWF Any decline in our honeybee populations is a direct threat to food and job security in South Africa’s extensive agricultural crop industry. ‘Over 50 agricultural crops, worth over R10,3 billion per annum to the South African

Honeybees are essential for food and job security2022-09-28T18:20:09+00:00

Farming with Biodiversity: towards nature-based solutions in multi-functional landscapes

2022-09-14T13:29:35+00:00

FARMING WITH BIODIVERSITY Photo Credit:WWF Globally and locally, the threats facing bee populations are increasing as they are largely due to humanity’s impact on the environment.  These are namely: habitat loss, climate change and pesticide use. The threat to honeybees means a threat to our agricultural

Farming with Biodiversity: towards nature-based solutions in multi-functional landscapes2022-09-14T13:29:35+00:00

The Sustainable Landscape Finance Coalition

2021-10-22T16:26:43+00:00

THE SUSTAINABLE LANDSCAPE FINANCE COALITION Credit Greg Martindalea Healthy, functioning natural environments are the critical foundations for water and food security, human health and economic resilience and biodiversity conservation. They also contribute significantly to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), including increasing employment, safeguarding clean water access,

The Sustainable Landscape Finance Coalition2021-10-22T16:26:43+00:00

CAPACITATING THE PROTECTED AREAS EXPANSION IN THE NORTH EASTERN GRASSLANDS IN THE EASTERN CAPE

2022-09-15T10:18:01+00:00

CAPACITATING THE PROTECTED AREAS EXPANSION IN THE NORTH EASTERN GRASSLANDS IN THE EASTERN CAPE NE Cape grasslands Credit Greg Martindale Work is underway by SANParks and WWF to establish a high-altitude national park in the mountains of the Eastern Cape close to the Lesotho border and

CAPACITATING THE PROTECTED AREAS EXPANSION IN THE NORTH EASTERN GRASSLANDS IN THE EASTERN CAPE2022-09-15T10:18:01+00:00

Water, cattle, income and conservation in Matatiele

2022-09-21T08:08:48+00:00

WATER, CATTLE, INCOME AND CONSERVATION IN MATATIELE Communal livestock grazing today is highly complex from both a people and landscape perspective, and without sound governance in place generally leads to serious overgrazing, erosion and water shortages, as can be seen in some areas of the Transkei. Turning

Water, cattle, income and conservation in Matatiele2022-09-21T08:08:48+00:00

NATURE HASN’T BOUNCED BACK DURING THE PANDEMIC. BUT IT STILL CAN.

2022-09-15T10:14:39+00:00

NATURE HASN’T BOUNCED BACK DURING THE PANDEMIC. BUT IT STILL CAN. Aerial view of deforestation of the Amazon rainforest, in Maués. © Andre Dib / WWF-Brazil By Mariana Ferreira Head of Science, WWF-Brazil Co-Chair, IUCN WCPA COVID-19 Protected Areas Task Force This week a year ago,

NATURE HASN’T BOUNCED BACK DURING THE PANDEMIC. BUT IT STILL CAN.2022-09-15T10:14:39+00:00

SA Key Biodiversity Areas

2022-09-15T10:09:06+00:00

SA KEY BIODIVERSITY AREAS Photo Credit: Scott Ramsay While global conservation action has increased over the past decades, the pressures on biodiversity have also increased resulting in a continued loss and degradation of biodiversity. It is therefore paramount that conservation action is focused in the most

SA Key Biodiversity Areas2022-09-15T10:09:06+00:00

Conservation collaboration in the Overberg – WWF Nedbank Green Trust

2022-09-15T10:26:35+00:00

Conservation collaboration in the Overberg Credit Justin de Klerk photography Spanning 1,2 million hectares, the Western Cape’s Overberg is home to the Agulhas Biodiversity Initiative (ABI), which involves private landowners and farmers  partnering with government and non-profit organisations in a multisector conservation

Conservation collaboration in the Overberg – WWF Nedbank Green Trust2022-09-15T10:26:35+00:00

Wild Honeybush as a driver for holistic fynbos veld management

2020-06-09T10:47:35+00:00

Wild Honeybush as a driver for holistic fynbos veld management Photo Credit: Green Trust Honeybush grows in the Langkloof Valley, between the Tsitsikamma and Kouga Mountains in the Eastern Cape.  It is harvested to make a refreshing tea that is rich in

Wild Honeybush as a driver for holistic fynbos veld management2020-06-09T10:47:35+00:00
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