Last year caps off the hottest decade in history.
This is more than the global limit laid out by the Paris Agreement.
To try to improve the effects of climate change, the President has signed into law the Carbon Tax Act.
The South African public have been given a chance to comment on the National Climate Change Adaptation Strategy.
The CSIR launched a new tool that will help municipalities access climate change and risk across the country.
The lines appear to have been drawn and this time next year we might be paying a carbon tax, but what does that mean for citizens and business?
The Cupertino giant is trying to create a closed-loop supply chain so that fewer smartphone material have to be mined.
City of Cape Town is taking the Minister of Energy to court so it can fight for its right to buy energy from whom ever it so chooses.
The City of Cape Town is sourcing 10% to 20% of its electricity from renewable energy.
Still think climate change is a sham? Step this way.
A meteorologist was not happy that Breitbart used her face to sell misleading news about climate change so she responded.
World’s richest man chimes in on inequality and how the future of Africa is its youth.
Water, open data and science on the agenda for major event.
Ghanaian example used to show the economic and climate benefits of removing fuel subsidies.
In Africa, we’re among only three countries with better chances of survival.
Fossil Free is calling on universities, corporates and individuals to divest in big corporates contributing to climate change.
South Africa isn’t in as much danger as India or China, but still ranks pretty high on the list of countries affected by climate change.
Find out about green tech and electric bikes at JoziHub this Friday.