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Objection to Coal Mine Near Mapungubwe World Heritage Site | A media Release from The EWT

Despite the fact that the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) process on access and fuel storage for Vele is still under way and a water license has not been approved, Coal of Africa Limited has recently been awarded ‘unconditional new order mining rights’!

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Why Wetlands Matter | A media Release from The EWT

Wetlands are critical ecosystems and their capacity to provide goods and services is increasingly diminished as a result of human activities.

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NGOs Respond to Growth in South African Wind Energy Sector | A media Release from the EWT & Birdlife SA

Wind energy is a very welcome addition to the South African energy mix, and is far ‘cleaner’ than coal-fired energy generation. However, this does not mean that it is without environmental impacts.

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Birding Counts for Climate Change – A press release via The EWT

A press release around a new booklet on birds and environmental (including climate) change which has been a joint project of the South African National Biodiversity Institute and the Animal Demography Unit, University of Cape Town.

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The way forward for Cheetah and Wild Dog Conservation – EWT Media Release

A media release from the Endangered Wildlife Trust of South Africa dated 29 October 2009 on “The Way forward for Cheetah and Wild Dog conservation”

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