NEW NATIONAL PARK IN THE EASTERN CAPE

2021-09-06T14:43:31+00:00

NEW NATIONAL PARK IN THE EASTERN CAPE NE Cape grasslands Credit Greg Martindale By Thembanani Nsibande It’s a constant reminder to me how beautiful the world is, working here in the remote mountain landscape at altitudes of 2 500m and more in the North-Eastern Cape grasslands

NEW NATIONAL PARK IN THE EASTERN CAPE2021-09-06T14:43:31+00:00

Addressing food insecurity with FoodForward SA

2021-07-23T15:52:43+00:00

ADDRESSING FOOD INSECURITY WITH FOODFORWARD SA The WWF Nedbank Green Trust has partnered with FoodForward SA to address food insecurity while building a long-term approach to reducing food waste on farms. The partnership, which provides for a total grant of R4,7 million to FoodForward SA over three years,

Addressing food insecurity with FoodForward SA2021-07-23T15:52:43+00:00

Water, cattle, income and conservation in Matatiele

2021-07-12T15:31:34+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 Matatiele2021-07-12T15:31:34+00:00

The WWF Nedbank Green Trust celebrates 30 years of sparking catalytic change for people and the planet

2021-06-11T10:01:36+00:00

THE WWF NEDBANK GREEN TRUST CELEBRATES 30 YEARS OF SPARKING CATALYTIC CHANGE FOR PEOPLE AND THE PLANET The global Covid-19 pandemic has shaken the world and touched every life in many different and often very painful ways.  However, the pandemic has also given us a new opportunity

The WWF Nedbank Green Trust celebrates 30 years of sparking catalytic change for people and the planet2021-06-11T10:01:36+00:00

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

2021-04-07T14:21:58+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.2021-04-07T14:21:58+00:00

LEGAL PROTECTION FOR SOUTH AFRICA’S STRATEGIC WATER SOURCE AREAS

2021-02-24T14:44:42+00:00

LEGAL PROTECTION FOR SOUTH AFRICA’S STRATEGIC WATER SOURCE AREAS Photo Credit: WWF Ten percent of South Africa’s land area, mostly in the high mountain catchments along the eastern escarpment, generates 50% of the volume of water in all our river systems. This was identified in a

LEGAL PROTECTION FOR SOUTH AFRICA’S STRATEGIC WATER SOURCE AREAS2021-02-24T14:44:42+00:00

NEW GUIDE ON LEGAL AND ETHICAL BEHAVIOUR AROUND MARINE WILDLIFE

2021-02-24T14:57:44+00:00

NEW GUIDE ON LEGAL AND ETHICAL BEHAVIOUR AROUND MARINE WILDLIFE Photo Credit: Edwards Raggy Charters While there is nothing quite like the thrill of encountering a whale or a pod of dolphins at sea, many seagoers are unaware that their attempts to get close to these mammals

NEW GUIDE ON LEGAL AND ETHICAL BEHAVIOUR AROUND MARINE WILDLIFE2021-02-24T14:57:44+00:00

SOUTH AFRICA’S FIRST BOAT-BASED WHALE WATCHING IMPACT STUDY

2021-01-25T11:56:02+00:00

SOUTH AFRICA’S FIRST BOAT-BASED WHALE WATCHING IMPACT STUDY Photo Credit: Dr Gwen Penry The total value of boat-based whale watching (BBWW) tourism, experiencing whales, dolphins and seals, in Plettenberg Bay is R371,2 million per year. It also creates 92 jobs, of which approximately 250 people benefit.

SOUTH AFRICA’S FIRST BOAT-BASED WHALE WATCHING IMPACT STUDY2021-01-25T11:56:02+00:00
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