By Alexa Brown Corporate Social Investment (CSI) refers to finance provided by the private sector for social and environmental development and conservation in fulfilment of
The Women’s Leadership and Training Programme held a two workshop to address ongoing water pollution in the community and addressed important interlinked topics such as poor waste management – water scarcity – poverty – food security – loss of biodiversity and climate change.
Three PhD students from UCT, attended the Resilience Conference in Stockholm a few months ago. The three woman reflects on their experiences and the conference.
The article provides a brief overview of the climate change impacts and responses in communities in Swaziland through the Green Anglicans.
The High Level Panel at the Development & Climate Days, including chair Mary Robinson (centre) and Network representative Makgale Pokwane (third from left) Nontuthuko Xaba