Environment
Ceres: Changing climate in South Africa
Ceres Snow Ceres received a healthy dose of snow all thanks to the radical changes in our climate. The winters are shifting and if I recall this event is not the only one which has sparked concern.

 

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New 'lookouts' for climate change
New 'lookouts' for climate change Corries high in the Scottish mountains are to become "lookout posts" in an effort to better monitor the effects of climate change Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) is leading the Snowbed Project...
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Madagascar: New Eco-Deals Protect Unique Forests
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Madagascar has signed a series of environment agreements to protect unique forests and support local communities as part of a commitment by the government to ramp up environmental protection on the Indian Ocean island.

In its largest ever debt-for-nature swap, Madagascar signed a deal with France this month, in which US$20 million of debt owed to the former colonial power was put into a conservation fund, the Foundation for Protected Areas and Biodiversity (FPAB).

"Thanks to this, the money will go into the protection...
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Insecticide 'killing Kenya lions'

Kenya Lion

Environmentalists in Kenya are worried that an insecticide is being used by farmers to kill lions and other predators. Carbofuran is a very powerful and toxic insecticide...

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Why? Recycle ...

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For many of us recycling has become a part of our daily lives. We know that recycling helps conserve natural resources, but most South Africans are not aware that it go’s beyond conserving space in our landfills. Did you know that recycling also conserves energy and water and helps to reduce air and water pollution?

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