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The South Durban Community Environmental Alliance in Durban, South Africa supports India Beyond Coal (Day of Action) by standing together with them in solidarity!
Candles on the steps of Moses Mabhida Stadium, Durban spelt out 350 as Climate Impacts Day drew to a close, sending the message: We must cut CO2 in the air from its current level of over 392ppm to 350ppm. The … Continue reading → Continue reading
St John the Baptist Anglican Parish of Pinetown, Durban, South Africa hold dots created by an enthusiastic 7 year old grand-daughter of one of the lady’s, who helped the “Eco Parish” from SAFCEI women’s group to ‘connect the dots’ at … Continue reading → Continue reading
The learners at the Eshowe EduPlant cluster workshop display posters illustrating the need to make people aware of the environmental crisis and encourage them to become involved. The learners at West Park Special School in Durban depict the death of … Continue reading → Continue reading
Here the Grade 4 pupils at Virginia Preparatory School in Durban, Kwazulu Natal, South Africa have made a water droplet to raise awareness of the importance of saving water. Here the Grade 7 pupils at Virginia Preparatory School in Durban, Kwazulu Natal, South … Continue reading → Continue reading
At Holy Trinity Church in Hillcrest, Durban, a meeting of the Environment Groups of the Anglican Church included a one hour presentation on Birds and Climate Change given by Dr Mark Brown, an Ornithologist at the University of Kwazulu-Natal, specializing in the impact … Continue reading → Continue reading
With an international network of people who care about our future, we’re learning new ways to support each other across the globe. This was evident this week when different individuals and groups in Africa took action in support of American … Continue reading → Continue reading