Renewable energy for our cities and towns Photo Credit: WWF If municipalities could generate their own electricity or purchase it from independent power producers at competitive prices, and not be forced to pay the Eskom fixed price, this would help to address this threat to municipal
Open streets for citizens and cyclists Photo Credit: Bicycle Cape Town Over the past six years 19 Open Streets events have taken place across the city. OSCT’s main partners are the City of Cape Town, the WWF Nedbank Green Trust and the Transformative Urban Mobility Initiative
Low carbon passenger transport Photo Credit: WWF About half of South Africa's direct transport greenhouse gas emissions come from people travelling, with cars being the greatest contributors. Commutes are mainly to places of learning or work. A WWF Nedbank Green Trust project called Low Carbon Passenger
Growth of South African game meat Industry Photo Credit: Chris Galliers The WWF Nedbank Green Trust is funding Conservation Outcomes, a KwaZulu-Natal-based non-profit organisation focused on biodiversity conservation, to develop the game meat protocol and demonstration projects in partnership with game reserves and the retail industry.
Black rhino project success The WWF Nedbank Green Trust is supporting the highly successful WWF Black Rhino Range Expansion Project (BRREP) through a programme that started in 2017 called Black Rhino Conservation Management Through Science-based Support. The WWF Black Rhino Range Expansion Project (BRREP)
Adapting smallholder farming to survive climate change Photo Credit: Therese Brinkcate The WWF Nedbank Green Trust has partnered with Indigo Development and Change in a project that works to equip local smallholder farmers with climate resilience. The Suid Bokkeveld in the Northern
Strategic Water Source Areas crucial supply to smallholder farmers and Kruger National Park Photo Credit: Eddie Riddel The WWF Nedbank Green Trust has launched a project that brings together the Kruger National Park and small holder farmers in the lower reaches of the Sabie River catchment