sustainable living

Micro-farmers harvest a future

harvest thumbUrban farmers in Cape Town's townships grow fresh vegetables for their own tables, and sell their produce to provide an income for their families.

Food security is the focus

Project-Green---thumbBecause youth are the future, they need to be part of the solution when it comes to climate change, food sovereignty and sustainable ways of living, believe the founders of Ekasi Project Green.

Sisters doing it for Generation Earth

Ella and Catherine Constantinides have built their careers on loving the planet, and spreading that love to South Africa's youngsters through their Generation Earth initiative.

Tips for 24/7 sustainable living

bulbsIt's surprising how easy it is to live sustainably; here are tips to go green at home, work, school, on the road and in your community.

The treevolution has begun

Planting trees for fun, for reforestation, for the environment, for biodiversity, for beauty, for bridging the social gap - Cape Town's Greenpop has plenty of good reasons for its treevolution.

The treevolution has begun

Planting trees for fun, for reforestation, for the environment, for biodiversity, for beauty, for bridging the social gap – Cape Town's  Greenpop has plenty of good reasons for its treevolution.
• SA protects its national trees

Nikon to nurture young photographers

The newly launched Nikon Africa Trust promises to help produce top photographers from the continent’s disadvantaged communities.
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