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PUBLIC MEETING SAVE the VAAL is hosting a public meeting to discuss pollution issues in the Vaal River. The meeting will be chaired by the Hon. Justice Lötter Wepener Date & Time Saturday 25 November 2017 at 11:00 Venue: 124 Kaalplaats Windsor Road Parking at 122 Kaalplaats Windsor Road Speakers: Malcolm Plant (Chairman: SAVE the […]
Sand Dump 20 within the Randfontein residential area was allegedly the largest man made sand dump in the world. Sand Dump 20 was a significant source of dust fallout and water pollution.
The “Sustainability Leadership Award” will be conferred by World Sustainability* on Mariette Liefferink, the CEO of the Federation for a Sustainable Environment on the 11th October 2017 in Dubai.
South African environmental disaster the focus of Frederick Gert Tens next film After “Bananas,” “Bikes vs Cars” and “The young Zlatan” give the prized Malmo filmmaker Fredrik Gertten into a South African environmental disaster. Along with the two South African filmmaker is he doing now documentary “Jozi Gold” about how an unlikely environmental activist takes up […]
WESSA paid tribute to a wide range of outstanding environmental achievements with the presentation of the organisation’s Annual Awards. These Awards were presented at the organisation’s 90th AGM, and Mariette Liefferink of the Federation for a Sustainable Environment was one of the recipients.
Mariette Liefferink, omgewingsaktivis, is die blondekop wat TV-kykers van die nuus, van 50/50, of van Carte Blanche dikwels op mynhope sien rondstap. Corne Coetzee het met haar gesels.
The Federation for a Sustainable Environment addressed the ENVASS conference in October. The conference is promoted as “one of a kind” and attempts to cover the most pertinent environmental matters applicable to the South African industry.
Enshrined in the Constitution is the right to an environment that is harmful to one’s health and wellbeing; and one that is protected for the benefit of present and future generations. This is central to the government’s sustainable development agenda, and also to Commissioner Janet Love’s portfolio on environment, natural resources and rural development
A number of civil society organisations have written an open letter to the Minister of Environmental Affairs about the attempts by Sasol and National Petroleum Rifiners of SA to set aside minimum emission standards defined in the Air Quality Act.