Sustainability is unhelpful: we need to think about regeneration

The term sustainability has been stretched to become almost meaningless. It’s time to talk about regeneration, writes Herbert Girardet From: The Guardian For 25 years, sustainable development has been held up as the solution to the world’s problems. But instead we … Continued

I AM WATER Opens the Soul of the Blue

I AM WATER can be considered a movement rather than a foundation. I AM WATER aims to protect the only true untamed wild left, the ocean. Yet they are aware that conservation is more than telling people to stop throwing rubbish into … Continued

Talking about conservation

So I attended Conversations in Conservation at Fairy Knowe in Wilderness. And I’m so glad I did! It was informative, inspiring and interesting. Some of the highlights for me were: Gabriel Scholtz (Working For Water– Invasive clearing and the SANPARKS … Continued

#FireGrazer 2 Art/Science veldfire

‘Locust and Grasshopper’ at Nirox Sculpture Park, 20 May 2017 On 20 May 2017 Hannelie Coetzee will direct the second Art/Science #FireGrazer performance (see the first >>) at the NIROX Sculpture Park, in partnership with University of the Witwatersrand scientists … Continued

Artwork of the week: Dealesville Ley Line art

The Dealesville Ley Line art work in the Free State, South Africa. Consisting of 10 000 tyres on a 60-hector salt pan. Eventually Gannabos and grass will resettle into these lines as a rehabilitation effort of the landscape. Collaboration between … Continued

Spekboom planting at Samara

Author: Bradley Dennis from Samara Using the Spekboom as a Carbon Sink Spekboom is a small tree shrub that grows naturally in the Karoo. Widespread across the country today, it is found in most gardens and urban areas. Spekboom is … Continued

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