By Jomiro Eming Today, Activate wants to introduce two members from our team, who have made very simple but very effective changes to their daily living that cuts back their carbon footprint, and reduces the amount of waste they contribute to the environment. We asked Chloé and Ciara to share …
Jomiro Eming A young Indian man, Jadav Payeng, saw his island in crisis and threatened by erosion. The land was arid and becoming nothing more than a desert, and so he planted a single seed. Now, nearly four decades later, his once-dying island is a 1 360-acre forest, and a lush …
Pearl Munemo The water crisis is real and it’s here. Cape Town recently announced that water supplies have run dry, and Settler’s dam has dropped to 30% water capacity – a level at which water can no longer be extracted. According to acting municipal manager Mandisi Planga, there are approximately …
The Rhodes University Environmental Committee hosted the Makana Green Fun Run this past Sunday 16 March. The event promoted positive sustainability throughout Grahamstown and the university.
By Nonhle Skosana South African wildlife activists Chris Mercer and Bev Pervan have initiated a global march in support of the banning of canned lion hunting. The event is called Campaign Against Canned Hunting (CACH), and Grahamstown will be taking part. Taking place on Saturday 15 March and involving 44 …