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WATER Feature: how do we predict wether we have enough GROUND water to survive a water crisis with the head of BOREHOLE ASSOC. SA. Then what's the latest on RENEWABLES in light of the recent nuclear panic in SA? We talk to Karen Hardee of the US based Pop Council about the link between POPULATION dynamics and climate change. And to wrap: Wild Rescue - launching a wildlife rehab centre!
In our WATER Feature: tourism and the water crisis - how do we conserve water in the height of tourist season? Then URANIUM: what is it and why is it important with DR FIG. Time to celebrate? SAFCEI joins us to discuss divestment in the industry with a focus on uranium mining in the KAROO. To wrap: the Oxpecker's #MINEALERT APP. with journalist, THOLAKELE NENE and what is a NURDLE and how does it threaten our coast?
Tonight we talk to environmental communicators and JOURNALISTS about the role of LANGUAGE and communication in the climate change debate. How do we impact people's lives and inspire change by the way we report on all things green? Science writer and story teller, LEONIE JOUBERT joins us along with UK Professor of Human Geography, MIKE HULME. American war journalist and environmental documentary film maker, JEFF BARBEE shares his insights and to wrap - youth environmental activist KHANYISWA ZANGQA
South Africa has 876 landfill sites - the industry gets together to talk best practices and new technology at LANDFILL 2017. From waste to FOOD: how is COW conception linked to food security, new agri technology for farmers in GHANA and surrounds and the biggest LIVESTOCK event in SA - then to wrap, SNAKES.
The WATER Research Council looks at our 'new normal' and international adventurer photographer, KELVIN TRAUTMAN focuses his lens on the THIRST PROJECT and water issues both locally and globally. Then SEAFOOD WASTE with Chef Sherwyn and our national FISH, the Galjoen - that and more!
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