21.10.2019 12:44 pm
British multinational Thor agrees in principle to pay the small fortune required to export waste from its Cato Ridge plant to Switzerland.
British multinational Thor has agreed to foot a R300 million toxic waste removal bill in order to meet the department of environmental affairs' 2020 deadline for the removal of more than 3,000 tons of mercury waste stockpiles at the old Thor Chemicals factory in KwaZulu-Natal.
A Bill critical to the welfare of wild animals is about to be dusted off after it lapsed in May when parliament was dissolved.
The possibility of utilising declining mining areas forms part of the second phase of a strategic environmental assessment to identify renewable energy development zones.
Job creation in agriculture and water governance has received an international funding boost.
The show will take place on board a boat equipped with a glass bottom in order to observe marine life.
The organisations are urging travellers, travel guides, and tour operators to fight lion exploitation by refusing to participate in the ‘snuggle scam’.
Up to 418,000 jobs are related to biodiversity, which is in danger, while the informal African traditional medicine industry is valued at R18 billion per year.
Book explores impact of coal-fired power stations on the local economy, population, farming communities and the climate.
Gallons of a black oily liquid entered one of the tributaries or creeks and then flowed into the lake, contaminating the water.
Climate activism has jumped onto the global agenda as Greta Thunberg implored world leaders to declare a climate emergency.
The minister attended the meeting to represent President Cyril Ramaphosa who decided to stay home to address local issues.
Peaceful demonstrators argue that the $1.4 billion project would sit on a volcano that is sacred to Native Hawaiians and would harm the environment.
Admiral the famous Mitchell Park tortoise was treated to a fitting birthday celebration.
Kgaugelo Neville Ngomane’s powerful image sheds light on environmentalist’s desperate measures to save rhinos.
Thunberg was honoured ‘for inspiring and amplifying political demands for urgent climate action reflecting scientific facts,’ the Right Livelihood Foundation.