Earthlife Africa (Johannesburg)

Earthlife Africa mobilizes civil society around environmental issues in relation to people.

Website: http://www.earthlife.org.za


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June 23

  • South Africa: Coal and Water Quality [press release]

    In conclusion, Dr James Debrowski from the CSIR provided an objective and balanced expert analysis of the potential consequences of increased coal mining and coal-fired power... Read more »



June 05



June 04



May 24

  • South Africa: Johannesburg's Dangerous Air [analysis]

    Johannesburg, 09th May 2014- As South Africans hit the voting polls on the 7th of May, 2014, the World Health Organisation (WHO) released a comprehensive data base of air quality... Read more »



April 30

  • Africa: COP18 [press release]

    Team South Africa is at COP18 in Doha. And like with last year's COP17, it includes South Africa's biggest polluter, Eskom. The buses which drive delegates to the COP have a quaint... Read more »

  • Africa: COP17 Review [press release]

    With ocean acidification now occurring faster than at any point in the past 300 million years, COP17 (and every other COP) has failed the ultimate metric of reducing global... Read more »



March 24



February 27

  • South Africa: Acid Mine Drainage [press release]

    Environmentally-minded South Africans listened anxiously to the budget speech delivered by Minister of Finance Pravin Gordhan this evening. Read more »



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October 03, 2013



September 26, 2013

  • South Africa: Eskom Gets an F for Science [press release]

    Tomorrow in Stockholm, the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) [1] will be releasing the first installment of its Fifth Assessment Report (AR5). Read more »



September 19, 2013

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