Capetonians join in the global initiative! Around the planet, in many countries, people came onto the streets to call on governments leaders gathered in Paris to deliver a climate deal that will be legally binding, equitable and be a meaningful response to climate change.
Climate change is a reality and is already having repercussions in our country. People need to start living sustainably now, and preparing themselves now for the unforeseen consequences of changing resources. Climate Change Communication Project Join the Global Initiative Same Tanzania The Open Climate Network Climate Change and Energy – The South African Perspective Adapting … Continue reading
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The Electricity Governance initiative international gathering in Bangalore India.
Reports The Green Connection produces materials and other resources that aim to raised awareness about environmental issues. These resources can be downloaded and used provided that the sources are acknowledged and the aim of the resources is for public education not for gain. EGI REI4P review 2014 Renewable Energy is the long term future for … Continue reading
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The Green Connection profile The Green Connection was established in South Africa in 2000 and registered as a Not for Profit Organisation (NGO) in 2010. The organisation is comprised of 66% women and 83% PDI, and prides itself on its relevance to the democratic South Africa. The organisation’s Public Benefit Organisation (PBO) status was approved … Continue reading