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Uranium: what the explosion in prices means for the nuclear industry
59th D&AD Annual now available
African farmers and agribusinesses need fair access to markets in face of climate change
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Ordinary people, extraordinary change: Addressing the climate emergency through 'quiet activism'
COP26 on climate: Top priorities for Africa
Top fashion brands remain reliant on synthetics, guilty of greenwashing - report
TBWA\South Africa proves having a purpose brings its own rewards
Wind energy needs to triple to reach net zero by 2050
5 climate trends for 2021
Prime global residential property market outlook shows strength, ongoing stability
Verreaux’s Black Eagle flying high. Author supplied/Megan Murgatroyd
NJ Ayuk, executive chairman, African Energy Chamber
The fourth agricultural revolution is coming - but who will really benefit?
Timberland strives for net positivity by 2030
Sustainable cement: the simple switch that could massively cut global carbon emissions
A still from High Fantasy by Jenna Cato Bass. Proper Films/Big World Cinema.
Building more sustainable businesses in a post-Covid world
Wind power in SA's post-Covid economic recovery
Minerals and Energy Minister, Gwede Mantashe
The urban poor have been hit hard by coronavirus. We must ask who cities are designed to serve
A day in the lockdown life of M&C Saatchi Abel's Robert Grace
Study reveals 'hidden plastic pollution footprint' of Coca-Cola, Nestlé, PepsiCo and Unilever
South Africa still depends on coal for most of its electricity. Shutterstock
How heat can be used to store renewable energy
Is the dress green or red? Planet-friendly couture won't be for everyone but it can lead the way
UN ruling could be a game-changer for climate refugees and climate action
Soil is our best ally in the fight against climate change - but we're fast running out of it
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Rome Summit takes bold step toward agroecology
Rate of global decarbonisation slows to lowest level since 2011
Myths about timber construction: Setting the record straight
From left to right: Victoria Soutar, Moratwe Masima, winner Miss Earth South Africa 2019 Lunga Katete, L'Oreal Magro and Miss Earth South Africa 2018 Nazia Wadee. Image supplied.
Could fungi save the fashion world?
Lake Turkana Wind Power turbines. LTW
Busting myths about timber construction
World Architecture Festival announces shortlisted projects for 2019
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa delivering his third state of the nation address. EPA-EFE/Roger Bosch / Pool
Agricultural innovation needed to improve farmers' resilience to drought, says FAO
Floating cities: the future or a washed-up idea?
Carbon tax revenues could be harnessed to help South Africa's poor
Green buildings must do more to fix our climate emergency
France seeks new impetus for climate talks
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