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Oceans of Plastic Pollution. Small stuff. Big impact.

Chemical pollutants attach to plastic microbeads washed into the sea & deliver numerous toxic doses to all in the sea and inland water food chain -including us!

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Renewables vs Nuclear – choose a legacy!

nuclear or renewables is much more than choosing an energy option. It is a choice between divergent socio-economic opportunities and the consequent legacies.

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E-WIZZ electric vehicle charge points in Cape Town

Cape Town officially launches the new EWIZZ electric vehicle charge points. Like free WiFi, electric vehicle charge points are springing up as a service to clients.

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Counter Electricity prices with Energy Efficiency.

Do you understand your electricity tariff? Are you battling to get a measure of your electricity consumption and buy in from your family to be energy efficient? Email Kim at Green Audits for a quote.

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People’s Climate March 2015! Now what?

The 2015 Peoples Climate March is over. `Earth is set to evict us for bad behaviour’. We cannot wait for the politicians. Change will have to come from us!

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What Plastics are Recyclable – look at polymer ID no!

Now you CAN identify plastic packaging and avoid non-recyclable plastic. The Plastic Packaging industry introduced a Plastic / Polymer Identity Code to make it easier to identify plastics.

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Fun at Renewable Energy Festival 2015 & Earth Hour

The Renewable Energy Festival 2015 and Earth Hour in Cape Town on 28 March. Don’t miss the coolest celebration of earth energy with a line-up of top musicians and celebrities.

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Philip Lymbery talks about Farmageddon’s True Cost of Cheap Meat.

Philip Lymbery CEO of Compassion in World Farming will be in South African from 14 – 19 April 2014 to launch his book Farmageddon: the True Cost of Cheap Meat. For links to recordings of interviews on radio & television and to buy your copy of Farmageddon,

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Kelloggs Cornflakes in SA not GMO free

Kellogg’s Cornflakes porridge still not labelled as GMO but at the admission of Kellogg SA `possibly’ contains GMO maize. As Kellogg has not committed to sourcing maize free of GMOs you can bet your breakfast that it is a rich source of GMOs with the associated risks for health and food security.

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Renewable Energy Festival Cape Town

Find out what Renewable Energy can do for you at Cape Town’s Renewable Energy Festivalat the Green Point Urban Park on 8th Feb 2014. Entrance Free. Experience Empowering.

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