Actor Robert Redford was once quoted as saying: "I think the environment should be put in the category of our national security. Defense of our resources is just as important as defense abroad. Otherwise what is there to defend?"
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Although South Africans have been slow out of the starting blocks in the race to reuse and recycle glass, it’s safe to say there is a growing impetus that is elevating the importance of “green” consciousness backed by serious action.
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For most of us the words reduce, reuse, recycle sound like nothing but a mission, never mind getting down to actually doing it. But, thanks to the hippie’s and the front runners of the green trend, it really isn’t that hard anymore.
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Making a difference is not necessarily about changing everything overnight – although this would be great. It’s also about looking at what you can do, in your own small way, to help make things a little more environmentally friendly.
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On ESI-Africa dated 29th of April 2010 - President Jacob Zuma has called on South Africans to save energy in an effort to avoid the load-shedding that plunged the country into darkness in 2007 and 2008.
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Finding ways to save fuel not only benefits our pockets but also benefits our planet. Here are My Green Choices 10 top tips for how you can practically reduce you fuel consumption and carbon emissions.
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Recycling for your average suburban household in South Africa is a bit of a schlep: the infrastructure for collecting recyclable material isn’t really in place - yet.
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