Keeping Faith When All Hope Is Lost

Willemien Calitz | December 10th, 2011

Dear Minister Mashabane This morning a Namibian radio station, Kosmos Radio, phoned me to ask how the negotiations were going. “Any news?” they asked excitedly. No, I thought. At least

Youth Carry the Burdens and Solutions of Climate Change

admin | December 6th, 2011

Youth across Africa, through non-formal education programs, are being educating on the burdens and also opportunities of climate change.

South African Youth Researching Their Water Futures

Willemien Calitz | December 1st, 2011

South African high school students take research into their own hands to offer suggestions to Minister Xingwana on tackling water issues.

Where are the goal posts? Day 3 at COP17

admin | December 1st, 2011

It was business time at COP on day 3, as dozens of informal meetings took place and the plot of COP17 began to take shape, with the developing/developed nation divide

Memoirs of a Greensha: Part Two

Yara Al-Wazir | July 20th, 2011

Water is beautiful. It guards our land, it helps us tan, it nourishes us and it tastes great. Sadly, water statistics makes me cringe, and there are plenty of them.