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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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Screening of `Unearthed’ South African Fracking documentary.

Screening of`Unearthed’ South African documentary investigates fracking / shale gas mining. Lessons for Karoo from 18 months of international site visits, research and 400 interviews.

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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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Cape Town Protests against Shark Culling in Australia

They are our Sharks too. In protest against shark culling in Western Australia Cape Town is holding a #No Shark Cull rally

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Fynbos for Foodies at Good Hope Gardens

Rediscover Fynbos as food, as refreshing flavouring agents and as health tonics. Roushanna and Gael of Good Hope Gardens join a growing host of gifted and energetic people who are exploring and sharing the opportunities provided by our fynbos wealth.

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Global Frackdown March & letter to Shell Oct 2013

Fracking is under moratorium & restriction in 200 places around the world. Shell’s own country has a moratorium on shale gas mining so why is it OK for South Africa? Shell’s poor environmental record in Africa speaks for its self.

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Best Environmental Awareness Videos

A list of must see clever, funny and serious environmental awareness videos covering a range of topics, incl. celebrating Nature, explaining Climate Change, Anti-Fracking the Karoo messages, the costs of Care – Less consumerism. Be an ostrich or grow your awareness.

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