Penultimate in UN Sustainable Development goal series, No 16 Peace Justice and Strong Institutions – hearing from three institutions who came together to discuss a Transition to the Circular Economy: EXPRA, GREENCAPE and GREEN HOUSE. The last in the eco-friendly hobby-sports: Mountain Climbing with Grant Rens chair of Jbg branch Mountain Club of SA; managing food waste with chef Sherwin Waeich and The Biggest Elephant Cake in the world – both to be at the upcoming Good Food and Wine Show June 2 – 4 at the CTICC.
ENVIRO SHOW 18 5 17 In our Sustainable Development Goal series: SDG 15 – Life on Land In our Eco sport-hobby series: Cycling with Yster Xatasi acting vice president Cycling SA Robert Vogel CEO of Pedal Power Association Glenice Ebedes of grounded Landscaping on A Gardener’s Guide to Indigenous Garden Plants of Southern Africa Koot Prinsloo of Langside Meats on grass-fed, veld-reared beef available at Frankie Fenner’s Meat Market. Meat Manifesto the book by Andie Fenner
ENVIRO SHOW 11 5 17 Braam Malherbe and Wayne Robertson arrived Rio after 8,200 km row from Cape Town In our Sustainable development Goal series: SDG No 14 – Life in water: Julia Barnes, deep sea diver and film maker talked about her movie Sea of Life In our Eco sport-hobby series Tudor Caradoc-Davies talked about The Mission, flyfishing magazine Trevor Sithole flyfishing guide Pavitray Pillay of SASSI SA Sustainable Seafood Industry on state of the oceans Junaid Francis of SASSI on their new labelling system
Continuing series focus on the UN’s Sustainable Development Goal: No 13 – CLIMATE ACTION. Heard from SARSHEN SCORGIE Director of policy and fiscal instruments at Conservation SA; the concept of Just Transition from Johan Van den Berg of African Climate Reality Project; broad picture on global weather with: Dr. PAUL EGERTON, World Meterological Org representative in NY – and started a new mini series for May on environmentally friendly hobby sports – today Birdwatching with Dr KABELO SENYATSO Director, BirdLife Botswana
Sustainable Development Goal 11: sustainable communities and cities - documentary photographer, Paul Weinberg joins us in studio and we talk Energy Efficiency and DECARBONIZATION of cities with Carbon Trust Africa. Then homeless URBAN GARDENERS and thoughts on the legalization of Dagga - and to wrap we catch up with BRAAM MALHERBE after 73 days at sea as he rows from CT to Rio.
Sustainable Development Goal #10: Reduced Inequalities - we speak with JAY NAIDOO about the work of EARTH RISE in social and ecological justice and then turning ILEGAL DUMPS into FOOD gardens. Adam Oxford, Editor of FOOD BASKET - a supplement in the latest Sunday Times - joins us to talk about the Field to Fork chain and to wrap, JASON DREW on FLY farming and revolutionizing animal feed.
MINING: the enviro and social impact with the book, Legacy of the Mine and a new GREEN TECH solution to cleaning mine waste water - then the legacy of FRACKING in the US and Canada. In our Forage Feature: MILK - shelf life and packaging. And to wrap, we travel to the Kruger where poaching is being tackled using a unique collab between tech, man and beast
We discuss the plight of White LIONS with Miss Earth and get an insight into the environmental impact after the DBN factory fire from Desmond D'sa of the South Durban Community Environmental Alliance. Then the booming WASTE industry: focusing on e-waste and recycled cooking OIL and to wrap - in our Forage Feature we put SORGHUM in the spotlight.
It's National Water Week and we ask 'how do we plan for the future when it comes to WATER scarcity' with WWF and their latest report on Future Water Scenarios - then ENERGY: how cost effective are renewables with the CSIR and what is the role of IPPs - how do they navigate the energy landscape in SA? To wrap, the ECO FILM FEST and the wonderful conservation PLAY Kwamanzi with actor, NHLANHLA MAVUNDLA
SA WEATHER Service sheds light on the huge swells hammering the KZN coastline and innovations in WATER from CT to Rwanda with the Watershed Project - and a successful 10 year water conservation initiative at Spier. How ACTIVATED CHARCOAL can make your water cleaner and tastier! Then from farm to fork - SOYA bean crops and the armyworm outbreak.
It's the 5th week of our Sustainable Development Goal series and tonight we look at Gender Equality and Women Empowerment in the environmental space - the WOMEN ON FARMS PROJECT joins us to discuss economic opportunities for women andPROFESSOR ANUSUYA CHINSAMY-TURAN gives us her insight into women in science and her lecture series on the SIXTH EXTINCTION. Then - Land and Sea with a visiting NEPALESE MOUNTAIN GUIDE, Satish Man Pati who brings us The Great Himalayan Trail and oceanographer/ author, Charles Griffiths on the TWO OCEANS.