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Meeting South Africa’s carbon emissions target: first we measure, then we manage

AS the world’s 12th largest greenhouse gas emitter, South Africa has indicated that total emissions will begin to decline in 2025 with our Cabinet adopting a lowered greenhouse gas emission target recently....

Critical stocktaking: Carbon taxes and the attainment of emissions reductions targets in South Africa

Carbon taxes and the attainment of emissions reductions targets in South Africa –A critical stocktaking of recent analyses and policies. The Working Group report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC),...

Research shows that streetlights contribute less to nighttime light emissions in cities than expected

WHEN satellites take pictures of Earth at night, how much of the light that they see comes from streetlights? A team of scientists from Germany, the USA, and Ireland have answered...

Expanded partnership to tackle vehicle emissions

AT the start of 2020, filtration specialists, MANN+HUMMEL, and global recycling and environmental services company, the ALBA Group, joined forces to launch a pilot project with the aim of significantly improving...

Cape Town reduces its carbon emissions

Cape Town Mayor, Patricia De Lille announced on Sunday that Cape Town has reduced its energy-related carbon emissions by 4.1 percent between 2012 and 2015, as part of the city's latest State...


Western Cape remains an attractive destination for foreign direct investment

Global foreign direct investment (FDI) flows recovered to US$1.58 trillion in 2021, up from US$963 billion recorded in 2020 and higher than pre-pandemic...


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