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Robberg Peninsula - a perfect coastal hike in the Garden Route

In the Garden Route, we are blessed with an array of coastal walks – a stroll to Gericke’s Point to marvel at the rock pools. 333 more words


Let's Look at Past Successes to Encourage the Vision of a Brighter Environmental Future

A guest post by Brock B. Bernstein

Pervasive doom and gloom dominates much of the popular news about the environment. Global warming, sea level rise, ocean acidification, drought, wildfires, overfishing, or overpopulation—it all contributes to a feeling of despair and hopelessness, particularly among young people. 1,049 more words

Environmental Management

Reblog - Fracting and Earthquakes?

Quick the most earthquake prone area in the world? Chile? Indonesia? Pakistan? Japan?

Thanks to new technology Oklahama! A state within the USA! Why natural gas needs help getting out of the ground. 43 more words


Aerocene – flight without borders

In the dunes of White Sands desert, on Sunday 8th November 2015, for the first time in the world, a registered solar heat powered balloon carrying a human person floated for more than 2 hours without touching ground and without burning any gas. 1,284 more words


Introduction to Soil Science: the Best Way to Put It

Sometimes I read articles and books or watch documentaries and I always wonder what is the best way to translate what I’m learning. I find most of anything in nature and natural sciences ( 188 more words


Dog Attack - Cuddington Meadows

The Biodiversity Team has been informed today that a dog attack has taken place on the sheep that were grazing Cuddington Meadows. The sheep have been removed from site. 268 more words