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Wednesday, 10 June 2015 05:32

New Biosphere Reserve for Magaliesberg

After nearly a decade of lobbying and sustained efforts by a small committee of dedicated environmentalists, the Magaliesberg has been declared a World Biosphere Reserve.

Saturday, 25 April 2015 05:33

A call to action by World Uranium Symposium

On Earth Day 22 April 2015, international delegates from five continents signed the Declaration of the World Uranium Symposium, calling on all nations to put an end to the mining and use of uranium, the first link in the nuclear fuel chain for both civilian and military uses.

Friday, 20 March 2015 19:08

Life in toxic wasteland no child's play

Lucas Misapitso casually holds a handful of poisoned earth in his hands. Behind him, the forlorn shacks of Tudor Shaft huddle helplessly against a toxic mountain of mine tailings that splits them in two. 

The Federation for a Sustainable Environment is represented at the World Uranium Symposium.  Exclusive at the symposium in Québec City (April 14–16 2015): Naoto Kan, Prime Minister of Japan at the time of the Fukushima catastrophe.

Tuesday, 07 April 2015 16:46

Midalore left to choke on toxic dust

Residents long for wind of change, but all they get is illness every time a hazardous cocktail blows into town.

Friday, 27 March 2015 06:15

Appoint a Water Tribunal!

In Mpumalanga the Escarpment Environmental Protection Group (EEPOG) and the Wonderfontein Community Organisation have applied to the Pretoria High Court for an order to reinstitute the Water Tribunal.

Saturday, 28 February 2015 22:29

Communities left up the creek with dirty water

The Klip River brings disease but, like many other water sources, it is still not being tested.

Friday, 05 December 2014 05:23

FSE Comment on Joburg SDF

Academics and the FSE consider residential townships, edible crop production and livestock grazing to be high risk land-uses for tailings storage facilities (TSFs), TSF footprints and areas within aqueous or aerial zone of influence of TSFs and metallurgical plants in South Africa. Failure by regulators and industry to agree on suitable ‘soft’ end land-uses and buffer zones could exacerbate liabilities for the City of Johannesburg by resulting in subsequent land-uses that are sub-economic or risky.

Wednesday, 03 December 2014 14:03

‘Bekyk waterwese-amptenare’

Die Federasie vir ‘n Volhoubare Omgewing (FO) het ‘n beroep op die Groen Skerpioene gedoen om ondersoek in te stel na die bestuur en monitering van suur mynwater aan die Witwatersrand.

Tuesday, 25 November 2014 22:21

Nuke worries unfounded, says regulator

There is no immediate danger from radiation to communities living in informal settlement, but the "situation was however less than ideal" the National Nuclear Regulator (NNR) has stated

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