Elma Pollard - More packaging return programmes needed
A biennial consumer research study, driven by Two Sides, seeks to understand consumer perceptions towards print and paper products, looking specifically at environmental awareness, reading habits, and packaging preferences. The global survey questioned more than 10,000 consumers on their preferences and opinions regarding various packaging types, their attributes and their impact.
15 Nov 2023
Religion & Spirituality · Christianity
A mass frog-dispersal event occurred somewhat unexpectedly on Monday evening of the 30th of January, during the rains, when tens of thousands of frogs crossed the R44 at Heartlands Precinct towards the dam at The Sanctuary Shopping Centre in Somerset West. The incident resulted in thousands of frogs being squashed…
Elma Pollard has shared airtime on Get Up and Go Breakfast for nearly 9 years. Her time with the Green Times has come to an end as she ends the online publication and she takes a break from Radio. We share a few memories, find out what will happen to…
South African eco-justice activists joined the global movement Power Up for Climate Solutions to kick off a month (from 3 November to 9 December) of environmental and climate action in the lead up to COP28 outside Parliament on Friday.
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We are thrilled to announce the release of “Captain Fanplastic & the Black Mermaid,” a groundbreaking book that aims to educate readers about the pervasive issue of marine litter and emphasises our interconnectedness with the world’s oceans.