Natalie Jeremijenko’s unusual lab puts art to work, and addresses environmental woes by combining engineering know-how with public art and a team of volunteers. These real-life experiments include: Walking tadpoles, texting “fish,” planting fire-hydrant gardens and more.
The Touw River Conservancy had their second annual Conversations in Conservation event at the Fairy Knowe Hotel in Wilderness (Garden Route, South Africa). I saw many familiar faces, but also met some new people. The talks were informative, interesting and … Continued
MoonTime is the time of the month when women bleed. A time to go within, rest and digest, listen to your heart and harness your intuition. Your body and cycle are interconnected with the moon, the earth and all the elements. Honour … Continued
Magda van der Vloed is an artists who shows that art is about creativity, social connection and passion without limiting yourself. These three things are closely connected and is shown throughout her artwork and actions. Summarizing Magda van … Continued
The artistic Lanzarote vineyards of the volcanic Canary Islands are not only completely innovative, but also beautiful. Lanzarote, as mentioned in a previous post, is one of the Canary Islands, and was once home to an accomplished artist, César Manrique. … Continued
Conservation@Work is very proud to present the Program for their 2 day Symposium being held in Robertson on 13th and 14th November. They have prestigious and sought after experts in their fields as speakers/presenters and believe that the content of … Continued
The Rhino, made out of the branches of a fallen tree, was constructed as a rubbish bin. This gesture is a comment on how we treat animals as consumer (throw away) products, in many cases resulting in extinction. Scientists have … Continued
By Mike Weinberg Greetings Vegan Kilimanjaro Support Group! Wow, ranging in age from 18 to 70, we now have 16 climbers from the U.S., Canada, Norway, & South Africa! And there are others waiting to make their deposits and join us. … Continued