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New Seven Wonders - vote for Table Mountain!

Table Mountain has gone through as South Africa's nomination in the first round of voting for the New Seven Natural Wonders of the World! There are seven categories, with Table Mountain in the...
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Wicked Cool White House Organic Garden

Did you hear? There's a new garden at the White House, the first working variety in over six decades. And it's organic. First lady Michelle Obama helped break ground on a new White House...
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IFAW enforcement training prompts unprecedented wildlife seizure in Caribbean, 1000+ animals confiscated

In the Caribbean twin-island republic of Trinidad and Tobago, three corrupt police officers were arrested this week for stealing over one thousand protected animals from Venezuelan wildlife...
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Using Human Rights Law to Address Climate Change

As the evidence becomes stronger and the science more serious, people in countries, companies, institutions and professions everywhere are taking up the issue of climate change and sounding the...
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Greening yor new office

The Enviropaedia Team have just moved into new offices, and we have tried to keep our move as green as possible. Here are some tips, based on the simple steps that we took to achieve our...
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SADC pools power for 2010

The Southern African Development Community (SADC) has joined hands to ensure that South Africa has enough electricity during the 2010 Soccer World Cup. Under the Southern African Power Pool...
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BRT first phase to be rolled out

With just 45 days to go until the start of the FIFA Confederations Cup the roll-out of the first phase of the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) System will be on time for the tournament. Transport...
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SANParks opposes proposal to mine coal at Mapungubwe

South African National Parks (SANParks) is challenging an application for a R3 trillion mining operation to be established at the entrance to the Mapungubwe World Heritage Site. SANParks...
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Mapungubwe emerges as new theatre in tussle between mining and ecotourism

The consistently contentious question of whether or not mining, ecotourism and agriculture can co-exist, was once again highlighted during the public consultation process for Coal of Africa...
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Woolworths begins labelling its seafood in accordance with its sustainable fishing journey

Woolworths begins labelling its seafood in accordance with its sustainable fishing journey Having signed the landmark WWF Sustainable Seafood Initiative's Retail Charter in 2008, Woolworths is now...
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