Mt Mabu, the “Google Forest” gives up more of her mysteries.
The Tuli Block in Botswana is one of the most geographically interesting places in Southern Africa. Separating it from South Africa is what Kipling called “The great grey green greasy Limpopo river, all set about with fever trees”, and for now this is still the case.
As the 2016 election period comes to a close, AllianceEarth takes a look at each candidate’s position on climate change and renewable energy policies. The story in Reuter’s explores how voters’ beliefs are as polarizing as the two candidates. The story examines how Republican rhetoric may instill a fear of renewable energy into those most effected by a changing economy…. [More]
South Africa is among the fastest growing renewable energy markets, placing first in Africa and fourth in the world, according to Climate Scope. International legal firm Baker & McKenzie count 6,000 Megawatts of renewable energy already built in the country, with more to follow under the third round of the government’s procurement plan.
doco360.com and AllianceEarth.org form a partnership to create custom-made 360 video content that will bring our environmental and scientific stories to life.
Dear Mr. Banquet, New York Times Editor As a former New York Times contributor I am wondering why you all have missed the ball on reporting about the environment? About Climate Change? Why is there is no environmental desk at your magazine? No Climate Watch? This despite the fact that the US Military, an overwhelming number of scientists, the US… [More]
This is Raymond Claasons, a Khoi San farmer from Barrydale in the Karoo. Raymond owns a farm near the Barrydale hot springs. This spring, like many in the Karoo Desert is artesian, meaning a well where pressured drives water to the surface. Reliant on this spring as a source of water for his indigenous nursery, Claasons is worried that proposed… [More]