SPOTLIGHT ON SOUTH AFRICA DURING CLIMATE REALITY PROJECT AND LIVE EARTH

24 HOURS OF REALITY LIVE EVENT IN PARIS Together with former US Vice President and Climate Reality Chairman Al Gore, South Africans will add their voices to the global chorus demanding climate action. Johannesburg, South Africa (10/27/15) – On November 13th and 14th the world will come together to demand our global leaders act to…

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Dr Bischof-Niemz explains what South Africa needs to do to achieve the ACRP’s call for 40% renewable energy by 2030.

Dr Tobias Bischof-Niemz, CSIR Energy Centre Manager, was a guest speaker at Green Drinks in August 2015. He presented the opportunities for renewables in South Africa and how renewable energy has saved South Africa 15 days of additional loadshedding from January to June this year. Dr Bischof-Niemz explains what South Africa needs to do to…

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THE CLIMATE REALITY PROJECT LAUNCHES GLOBAL CAMPAIGN TO CALL FOR A STRONG EMISSIONS REDUCTIONS AGREEMENT IN PARIS

The Climate Reality Project announced its Road to Paris effort last week, a major international campaign that will bring together citizens, business leaders, non-profit organizations, and NGOs to galvanize climate action and encourage countries at December’s United Nations’ Framework Convention on Climate Change’s 21st Conference of the Parties in Paris to sign a strong emissions…

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Changing The World In Our Own Small Ways

In two tiny villages of Africa, change is taking place, in away triggering admiration and envy. It’s not a revolutionary or machinery metamorphosis fond of characterizing social and political scenes in Africa, nor is a leadership institute gathering data on governance and reforms, but it is that change aiming to breathe new lease of life…

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THE CLIMATE REALITY PROJECT LAUNCHES GLOBAL CAMPAIGN TO CALL FOR A STRONG EMISSIONS REDUCTIONS AGREEMENT IN PARIS

The Climate Reality Project announced its Road to Paris effort last week, a major international campaign that will bring together citizens, business leaders, non-profit organizations, and NGOs to galvanise climate action and encourage countries at December’s United Nations’ Framework Convention on Climate Change’s 21st Conference of the Parties in Paris to sign a strong emissions reductions…

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Bright Future for Madagascar

by Pam Le Noury I just returned home from a mammoth journey around Madagascar. I was scouting for an upcoming cruise season and also looking for projects to support. I discovered that Madagascar is larger, more deforested, more peaceful and more basic than I expected – with a lot of positive stories and people to…

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I Volunteer For Social Goods – Hear My Story!

At an early age, I learnt that volunteering means helping others is the simplest way of impacting on the lives of people and making positive changes in my own life. At that time, it involved carrying out unassigned activities such as helping the community to be a better place to be. These are still relevant…

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