The WWF is run at a local level by the following offices...
- WWF Global
- Central African Republic
- Central America
- Democratic Republic of the Congo
- European Policy Office
Energy and water have always been closely linked, but shale gas exploration and water have a particularly intimate connection.
These questions and issues will be explored in the next WWF and SAfm DecisiveDebate on AM Live, where the motion will be ‘fracking threatens our water resources’.
Often the solution to deeply contentious issues lies simply in ‘reframing’ the conversation. This is exactly what the DecisiveDebates series aims to do – provide an opportunity for dynamic, outspoken experts to engage directly with a range of hot topics. Each team in the DecisiveDebates is given three chances to persuade the audience (both live in studio and tuned in) with opening, rebuttal and closing arguments.
The aim is to entertain and engage, and advance important issues in ways that make for compulsive listening. The audience, by way of voting, will determine the winning side.
The WWF-SAfm DecisiveDebates series:
Encouraging debate on important environmental issues
When: 07h30 - 09h30, 30 May 2014
Where: The Gordon Institute of Business Science, 26 Melville Road, Illovo, Johannesburg (map)
Moderator: Sakina Kamwendo, SAfm AM Live
You can make your voice heard by tuning into SAfm (104 – 107FM) on the day. You can also cast your vote at the end of the debate by sending an SMS to 34701 at R2.00 per SMS and voting in our online poll at wwf.org.za.
For more information, contact Gillian Farmer.