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What is pay-as-you-throw? A waste expert explains
#BizTrends2022: 6 sustainable travel trends set to dominate in 2022
The wiring in your plane could soon be made from recycled plastic - new research
The all-new Niro embodies Kia's commitment to a sustainable future
Environmental inspectors deployed to slurry polluted KZN rivers
Durban beachgoers continue to swim despite warning signs
Fetola searches for talented entrepreneurs to join its incubator programme
#BizTrends2022: Better waste management will be critical to a sustainable future
#BizTrends2022: Sustainable construction is the trend to watch
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Zutari engineer conducts study on viability of multi-storey mass timber building in SA
Solutions to Africa's waste and food security problems sought
A city landscape in flux: Trends shaping cities over the next 1000 days
SA rejects Eskom pollution exemptions, utility says 16,000MW at risk
Water scarcity is a growing risk for companies
Afri-Plastics' third challenge calls for innovative campaigns
Khayelitsha couple turns dumpsite into community garden
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Air quality an important differentiator for commercial property in 2022
Filthy Mthatha is a pigsty, say residents
Report: Developing 'future-fit' South African cities and engaging in a just transition
UCT triumphs in 2021 Greenovate Awards
Plastics SA hosts 2021 annual general meeting
Adopting nature-based approaches in tailings dam design
The need for back-up power must be measured against the environmental cost
D&AD Awards 2022 introduces new categories
SA government taken to court over plan for new coal-fired plant
Electric cars alone won't save the planet. We'll need to design cities so people can walk and cycle safely
The cost of coal in South Africa: dirty skies, sick kids
World's first-ever virtual museum of plastic opens
New microplastics study a first for the African continent
To reach net zero, we must decarbonise shipping. But two big problems are getting in the way
Namibia to licence production near Okavango Delta if Canadian firm finds oil
Mpact Versapak: Partnering via the Polystyrene Association with a new polystyrene-concrete lightweight brick factory
Eskom: how does it stack up in the pollution stakes?
New data shows how badly polluted Cape Town's vleis are
Emerging contractors key to construction sector recovery
Income and energy consumption go hand in hand: Taking a hard look at SDG 7
Source@Eskom  Duvha Power station, approximately 15 km east of Emalahleni in Mpumalanga
Dentsu launches 'Climate change like never before'
#COP26: With funds short, Africans weigh green energy switch and fossil fuel cash
Boris Dzhingarov
Transport dept launches Inland Waters Strategy
Sappi collaborates with WWF-SA for water security
2 easy and cost-effective ways your business can help save the environment
Source: ©Mikko Lemola
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