When herd behaviour is used for selfishness, all you’re left with is a smug sense of entitlement, writes Charlene Naidoo.
Just living in a neighbourhood dense with trees, bushes and other vegetation may reduce people's risk of having a heart attack, stroke and other cardiovascular events.
Medupi is suffocating not only the economy, but the people and the environment around it too.
Is brake dust another addition to all the various pollutants in the air?
The TAZARA is claimed to be among the world's most scenic train rides — and a unique way to have an inexpensive African safari.
Nine women and seven men have began their studies at the Tourvest Field Guide Academy which opened its doors in September 2019.
Researchers predict that in an 'anomalously warm year' the United States could see an additional 1600 deaths from injuries.
Taken in Torres del Paine National Park, the photo begs the question: Have you hugged your mom lately?
Australia is in the midst of its worst wildfire season in history. The resulting smoke plume from the current blazes stretches 1.3 billion acres.
Australia's fires have lasted for months, burned millions of acres, and belched out a smoke plume that could cover half of Europe.
A 1 million-square-km chunk of the Pacific Ocean east of New Zealand is 6 degrees Celcius warmer than average in what could be a marine heat wave.
In response to questions from News24 on its plans to reduce its emissions, Eskom says it has a comprehensive climate change strategy.
Waste is a big problem on Table Mountain and the cableway company is making sure that it is kept under control.
Are 'conventional' asthma pumps adding to the copious amounts of environmental damage? Should 'green inhalers' be doctors' first option for prescriptions?
An Australian television personality has thrown his hat in the ring to help capture a giant Indonesian crocodile and remove a motorcycle tyre stuck around its neck.
Reasonable progress was being made to resolve the polluted Vaal River system, the human settlements, water and sanitation portfolio committee has said.
Matric pupil Raeesah Noor-Mahomed plans to continue missing school on Fridays until the Department of Environment, Forestry and Fisheries declares a climate emergency. Watch.
The Doomsday Clock is now just 100 seconds from the apocalypse. Previously, the clock's most alarming position was two minutes to midnight.
Is it possible that cutting one food type out of your diet will be good for the planet's health and your's?
Studies have shown that ultraviolet-screening ingredients in sunscreens can harm coral and other marine life when the sunscreens wash off bathers' bodies.
The International Air Transport Association recently published information confirming that carbon emissions per passenger have declined by more than 50% since 1990.
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