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Recycling cans for money in South Africa

You don’t need us to tell you that our planet is in bad shape. The world we live in is swamped in rubbish that could have been recycled. Landfill sites are rapidly becoming congested, plastics and other unsavoury items are ending up in our oceans...

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A Guide to a Greener Home

South African citizens are concerned about a lack of environmentally friendly resources. However, South Africa is also experiencing a financial recession. With constant power cuts and water shortages, we desperately need alternative options, but can we afford them? While some energy-saving and green products are more...

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2016 is the hottest year

It might not feel like it now, but according to records 2016 is one of the hottest years on record. Global warming is real.  97% of scientists agree that climate change is happening. The myth persists that in the scientific community there is disagreement on the...

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The danger of landfills

Everyone talks about reusing and recycling, but do you know why waste reduction is so important? We found a video that explains what happens in modern landfills...

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For the love of water conservation

International World Water Day takes place on 22 March and with UN Water estimating that 1,800 billion people will be living in regions with absolute water scarcity by 2025, the time to save water is now!...

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Happy World Wetlands Day!

It's World Wetlands Day! Celebrated on 2 February, World Wetland Day celebrates the anniversary of the signing of the 1971 Convention on Wetlands of International Importance....

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COP17 – What’s The Big Deal?

From 28 November to 9 December 2011 over 200 delegates from around the world will be attending COP17 in Durban to talk about climate change. Find out why we need to pay attention to the outcomes....

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Vote for Get Green SA

Our blog has been nominated as the ‘Best Environmental Blog’ in the South African Blog Awards 2011. Finalists are chosen by public vote and we’d love your support!   To vote, follow these easy steps: 1. Go to http://website.sablogawards.com/2011/vote/voteforme/3763 2. Fill in your email address, the given security...

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Weedbuster Week 2011

It’s WeedBuster Week (2 - 8 October 2011) and gardeners are encouraged to remove invasive alien plants, estimated to use 7% of South Africa's water resources, and replace them with indigenous plants....

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Green Day

Food & Trees for Africa(FTFA) and Global Carbon Exchange(GCX) have announced the launch of ‘Green Day' on Friday, 30 September 2011, an initiative to make environmental awareness issues more mainstream....

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