As we celebrated World Bee Day on the 20th of May for the first time it seems appropriate to look at pollinators: the role they play and where and what they are. Most people may not know this, but pollinators are not limited to land only, yes we can find them in our oceans too. […]
Our use of plastic is causing harm to Earth’s oceans and some experts say if we don’t change our plastic consumption drastically, there will be more plastic than fish in our oceans by the year 2050. It is estimated that each individual on this planet consumes about 135 kg of single use plastics per year. […]
The alarm blares loudly at 6:30 but I am usually already awake; excited to get out on the water. I grab my scuba gear, camera and research equipment, and hop onto my little motorbike. Somehow I’ve mastered the Indonesian tradition to fit as many items as possible onto a scooter, and ride off into town. […]
The Marine Megafauna Foundation celebrates a successful program to help return fisheries to local management and help drive sustainable development, securing a long-term future for the fisher-people of Mozambique -By Anastasia Pashkovetskaya
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.
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.