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Plastic shopping bags – the CON in Convenient!

Why is it so hard for retailers to do the right thing & provide 100% recyclable plastic shopping bags made from recycled plastic? So far only Checkers has!

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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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