Many years ago, intern Luther Adams remembers an open overgrown field opposite his house that used to swarm with butterflies during the spring. That field is no more, but it inspired him to greater things in conservation. #Youth4Nature [ Wwf.org.za Link ]
The 2017 #JourneyofWater began in Mabola, which is a strategic water source area that supports huge communities and economic activity downstream. This report by Oxpeckers looks into one of the key threats to water security in this area.
Mcebisi Qabaqaba is a rarity. He has an unwavering curiosity of how the Earth works and his chosen career path is something special too. Meet a #Youth4Nature who is mapping the future for conservation.
It’s #YouthMonth, which means it’s time for #Youth4Nature. Watch this space as we profile some of the young people who have shown they’ve got what it takes to make a difference in the environment. Here is our first one, share and enjoy.
Last week, SABC journalist Minoshi Pillay joined our #WaterHero squad on the #JourneyofWater. She filed this report on the controversy surrounding the approval of mining rights in the Mabola Protected Environment.
We don’t want to believe the #JourneyofWater is over. We had so much fun with our new friends (Hlubi Mboya Arnold, Kutloano da Kruk, Leanne Manas, Reason HD and Ryan Stramrood Swimming and Speaking)! Did you learn anything new during our #WaterHero squad’s adventure?