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Environmental inspectors deployed to slurry polluted KZN rivers
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Deadline in fishing rights allocation process successfully reached
The cost of coal in South Africa: dirty skies, sick kids
Call for developed nations to fund climate change efforts
Have your say on multi-stakeholders forum on pollution
Addressing global environmental challenges vital for rebuilding economies
SA welcomes 6th IPCC assessment report on climate change
Creecy calls for greater access to finance for low-carbon investment in emerging markets
Amendments to the National Estuarine Management Protocol published
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SA sees increase in alien invasive species
General view of the coal-based Kriel Power Station owned by state power utility Eskom in Mpumalanga, near Kriel, South Africa, February 17, 2020. Reuters/Mike Hutchings/File Photo
Ingula Nature Reserve declared wetland of international importance
Call for board nominations for SA Weather Service, SANParks, Sanbi
South Africa to clamp down on captive lion breeding, minister says
EPR regulation: Doubling down on plastic bag producers
Amended plastic bag regulations published for implementation
2021 African Circular Economy Alliance: Giving waste a second chance
Environmental management plan published for adoption
Operation Phakisa - accelerating the implementation of solutions critical to development
Developed countries urged to revisit climate change targets
Environmental plan for construction of SKA published
Have your say on draft climate change NDC
Minister of environment, forestry and fisheries, Barbara Creecy
Minister approaches court on small-scale fishing rights
Rhino poaching declines in 2020
We can shape the climate future we want
R1.3m ploughed into environmentally friendly youth projects
Kickstarting the post-Covid-19 economic recovery, the big focus of the 2020 Southern Africa Europe CEO Dialogue
Plastics Colloquium identifies 5 key focus areas for 2021
Much of the West Coast between Elands Bay in the south and Alexander Bay in the north is, or has already been, the target of mining operations. Photos: John Yeld
Green industries to aid SA's economic recovery
Environment dept officials suspended following forensic investigation
NWU's Prof. Kellner appointed on ministerial advisory board
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Wildlife Zones introduced to protect rhino
International commercial rhino horn trade remains prohibited
The West Coast One wind farm near Vredenburg has operated since 2015. Environment minister Barbara Creecy says the wake effect on this facility of a proposed new neighbouring wind farm must be investigated before it can also be approved. Photo: John Yeld
Have your say on greenhouse gas emissions guidelines
Have your say on plastic bag regulations
Creecy poised for West Coast wind farm decision
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Protest in Hout Bay over payment for lobster rights
Steel producer fined R3.6m for contravening sections of Air Quality Act
The map shows the location of the new Juno Wind Farm. Graphic: from the Supplementary Heritage Report by Sarah Winter and Nicolas Baumann (July 2019)
Food parcels to be distributed to small-scale, interim relief fishers
Barbara Creecy overrules officials on air pollution data
Lockdown relief secured for waste pickers
Environment minister Barbara Creecy’s decision to allow mining on ten more West Coast beaches has prompted criticism from environmentalists. Photo: John Yeld
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