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WWF Plastic File #4: make the circle bigger
WWF Plastic File #4: make the circle bigger

Nature’s incredible ecosystems do not produce waste. Rather, they are the ideal example of how nature reuses and recycles its embedded chemicals and ...

23 Oct 2018
Twitter chat: Let’s #UseLessPlastic
Twitter chat: Let’s #UseLessPlastic

On 24 October, join us and our co-hosts for our #UseLessPlastic Twitter chat to wrap up a month of plastic education.

18 Oct 2018
“Could do better” – WWF releases updated Ocean Scorecard
“Could do better” – WWF releases updated Ocean Scorecard

The World Wide Fund for Nature South Africa (WWF-SA) has released an updated ocean economy scorecard offering a bird’s eye view of the state of the ...

17 Oct 2018
WWF Plastic File #3: microplastics are everywhere
WWF Plastic File #3: microplastics are everywhere

​Science shows us that increasingly we are surrounded by tiny fragments of plastic, known as microplastics. They are not just in the oceans but also ...

16 Oct 2018
WWF Plastic File #2: stop using single-use plastics
WWF Plastic File #2: stop using single-use plastics

Every day we use unnecessary plastic items from straws to cutlery, takeaway food containers to coffee cups. We all need to rethink our throwaway ...

09 Oct 2018
IPCC special report on global warming of 1.5°C urges stronger action on climate
IPCC special report on global warming of 1.5°C urges stronger action on climate

A landmark scientific report released today assesses the prospects for limiting global warming to 1.5 Deg C and shows the critical need for urgent ...

08 Oct 2018
WWF Plastic File #1: living in a plastic age
WWF Plastic File #1: living in a plastic age

Human history is often described by the technology and materials that were used during a particular period – such as the Stone Age, Iron Age and the ...

02 Oct 2018
Food court focus on single-use plastics at V&A Waterfront
Food court focus on single-use plastics at V&A Waterfront

Single-use plastics are among the most prevalent materials currently on our planet and the cause of one of the biggest environmental headaches, far ...

01 Oct 2018
West Coast rock lobster court ruling
West Coast rock lobster court ruling "historic"

WWF welcomes the Cape High Court ruling on West Coast rock lobster.

26 Sep 2018
WWF mourns the passing of Minister Molewa
WWF mourns the passing of Minister Molewa

WWF is saddened to hear of the passing of Environmental Affairs Minister Edna Molewa.

22 Sep 2018
Life, interrupted
Life, interrupted

Wisdom Mathebula is the wife of the first ranger killed in conflict with poachers in the Kruger National Park in 60 years. As we mark World Rhino Day ...

22 Sep 2018
Rhinos are not the only victims of poaching
Rhinos are not the only victims of poaching

As we mark World Rhino Day 2018 on Saturday 22 September, and contemplate the poaching crisis which has gripped the country for more than a decade, ...

19 Sep 2018