‘South Africa has presented some ambitious carbon emission targets at COP21 in Paris this week.
A groundswell of support in the public sector has seen the initiation of a number of projects relating to renewables and resource efficiency.
Whats more, support and regulation in the field of resource efficiency has produced industry leading work in the fields of monitoring and evaluation,…
Green Building Council South Africa commits net zero certification for buildings at COP21
December 07, 2015
“The Green Building Council of South Africa has set ambitious target at the COP21 Buildings Day.
There is little doubt that the increased focus on resource efficiency in South Africa, particularly from the private sector will stimulate the Green Economy, bringing new technology, new models and new solutions.
The market is vibrant and with holidays around the corner. we look forward to…
South Africa urged to find better ways to manage water
November 10, 2015
Reports of drought conditions in South Africa, coupled with poor water infrastructure management and maintenance are expected to have a significant impact on the economy, particularly the agricultural sector which is especially reliant on water for a good crop…
South African finance minister optimistic about economic growth despite tough times
May 19, 2015
South African finance minister, Nhlanhla Nene, is delighted to be “part of the solution” in working with National Department of Public Works to deliver energy efficiency across the Mpumalanga region. To date, they are projecting approximately 35% reduction in energy usage against a minimum target of 10%. There is no doubt that water and energy efficiency projects will continue to deliver…