Knysna Basin Project Forms the Heart of Knysna Conservation

It’s easy to fall in love with Knysna’s ferns, lush forest and fantastic ocean views. But it is also easy to forget about the conservation efforts that help keep it this way. Knysna Basin Project can be seen at the … Continued

Endangered Wildlife Trust Places Hope in All of Us

Endangered Wildlife Trust works not only with other organisations, but also with you and me. They ensure that the community are aware that changes can’t happen without participation. Yes, sometimes things look less than good for the animals. We are … Continued

GARDEN HEROES: growing our future together

It’s time for a food revolution in Africa! Currently, in Africa more than 200 million people are undernourished and approximately 33 million children go to sleep malnourished and hungry every night. “Overcoming poverty must become an act of justice” and … Continued

Anthropocene – Vanishing Landscapes by Dawna Mueller

Conservation Photographer Dawna Mueller presents her first Canadian Exhibition: Anthropocene – Vanishing Landscapes Vancouver, BC – Dawna Mueller, a Canadian living in Switzerland, and a passionate advocate for the planet, is excited to announce her first Canadian Photo Exhibition to be … Continued

Pen & Stone at Die Letterhuis / Aswater in the Karoo

I attended the recent Pen & Stone workshop by Heleen de Haas, at Aswater / Die Letterhuis, situated between Klaarstroom and Prince Albert in the Karoo. And what an experience it was! Not only did I learn, play and rediscover … Continued

Greenpeace banner drop in Jozi: IRP should not include new coal

Today, Greenpeace Africa activists have scaled up the iconic Nelson Mandela Bridge in Johannesburg to drop a massive banner in response to the release of South Africa’s electricity plan, also known as the Integrated Resource Plan (IRP). The banner which … Continued