You’ve got to reduce, reuse and recycle every day. That is the message that was chanted passionately by the Silverton Primary School learners as they received the Aerosol Recycling Initiative (ARI) Gold Can Award at their school in Pretoria.
Nedbank Menlyn Maine, a 4-star rated green property in Pretoria, South Africa’s first ever ‘green’ precinct, was officially opened earlier this month.
AfriForum is concerned about possible mining in Pretoria North, as it will impact directly on various residences and smallholdings in the vicinity. These developments might have a detrimental effect on human and environmental health.
The government is poised to sign its first contracts with independent power producers (IPPs) for the provision of 1400 megawatts of renewable energy.
Households and businesses in the Pretoria region are being urged to recycle their polystyrene. Used and recycled polystyrene can find a second life in a wide variety of different products, including picture frames, stationery and seedling trays.
Save our Planet – Plant a Tree reached a new milestone of 10 000 indigenous trees donated to school pupils and residents of Pretoria so far this year.
The University of Pretoria has installed a solar water heating system, which – with a total 672m2 collector surface – is the biggest glazed installation in Southern Africa.
It’s been a long hard road but there could be light at the end of the tunnel for former workers of the Nuclear Energy Corporation of South Africa (Necsa), many of whom are now terminally ill, allegedly after they were employed at Necsa’s Pelindaba nuclear complex, near Pretoria.
The Climate Train has made a detour and is stopping over at Bosman Station instead of Centurion from today (Friday, 11 November) until Sunday.