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Fynbos and shade on Table Mountain

A solution has been proposed to the heated debate about the clear-felling of all the trees in the Tokai and Cecilia forests.

Wine that Doesn’t Cost the Earth

De Wet Lategan supplies wine to Woolworths. He is committed to preserving his estate’s natural resources for generations to come. This is his story;

International Museum Day on the 18th May

The worldwide community of museums will celebrate the 35th anniversary of International Museum Day on the 18 May, 2012. The theme is Museums in a Changing World. New Challenges, new inspirations. Visit the South African Museum during the month of May?

City advises residents of planned ecological burn at Table Bay Nature Reserve

The City of Cape Town has obtained a permit to conduct open burning of vegetatio

City works towards a carbon neutral future

The City of Cape Town’s Mayoral Committee has recommended to Council that it establishes an Energy and Climate Change Committee at its Council meeting on Thursday, 26 April.

Managing the Cape Town Baboons

International primate researcher, Dr Shirley Strum, was recently in Cape Town to share her extensive experience in baboon-human interaction with local researchers and the public.

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