THE SOUTH AFRICAN MARINE PROTECTED AREAS NETWORK PROJECT (SAMPAN)

2020-11-03T14:57:34+00:00

Plastics Project Photo Credit: WWF Many of our fishery resources in South Africa are overexploited or collapsed, or the stock status is simply unknown. It’s critical that we build in mitigation and adaption measures to better conserve our oceans and aim for sustainable fisheries going forward.

THE SOUTH AFRICAN MARINE PROTECTED AREAS NETWORK PROJECT (SAMPAN)2020-11-03T14:57:34+00:00

Plastics Project

2020-12-10T06:08:49+00:00

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

Plastics Project2020-12-10T06:08:49+00:00

Developing and accessing sustainable boat based marine tourism

2020-12-10T06:30:33+00:00

Developing and accessing sustainable boat based marine tourism Photo Credit: Nature's Valley Trust The South African boat-based whale-watching industry is globally perceived as one of the most sustainable of its kind due to the early development of permit regulations and operating protocols to minimize disturbance to

Developing and accessing sustainable boat based marine tourism2020-12-10T06:30:33+00:00

Securing the Southern Drakensberg watershed through stewardship and governance of communal Rangelands

2020-09-28T18:50:55+00:00

Securing the Southern Drakensberg watershed through stewardship and governance of communal Rangelands Photo Credit: WWF Background For every two drops of water in South Africa’s rivers, one originates in 8% of our country’s land area, mostly in the high mountain catchments along

Securing the Southern Drakensberg watershed through stewardship and governance of communal Rangelands2020-09-28T18:50:55+00:00

Duzi Green Corridor Project

2020-06-09T10:38:07+00:00

Duzi Green Corridor Project Photo Credit: Hougaard Milan Background The uMsunduzi and Umgeni River systems have become badly degraded through neglect and overexploitation. With increasing demands on resources, poor governance and external threats such as global climate change, these river systems will

Duzi Green Corridor Project2020-06-09T10:38:07+00:00

Watercourse restoration in critically endangered Renosterveld

2020-06-09T10:38:06+00:00

Watercourse restoration in critically endangered Renosterveld Photo Credit: Renosterveld Overberg Trust Background A portrait of the Western Cape 300 years ago would show rolling expanses of a vegetation type with an extraordinary diversity of bulb species called Renosterveld being grazed by large

Watercourse restoration in critically endangered Renosterveld2020-06-09T10:38:06+00:00
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