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Ceres invests in a sustainable future by contributing to plastic waste reduction efforts

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Today, Ceres Fruit Juices announced the introduction of an initiative aimed at reducing plastic waste and has invited Craig Foster, award winning producer of the documentary: My Octopus Teacher, to participate in a roundtable highlighting the impact of plastic waste on the marine environment. Plastic...

Ceres invests in a sustainable future by contributing to plastic waste reduction efforts

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Today, Ceres Fruit Juices announced the introduction of an initiative aimed at reducing plastic waste and has invited Craig Foster, award winning producer of the documentary: My Octopus Teacher, to participate in a roundtable...

Connecting With Nature This Summer Season with the WWF

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Hot Must-Have Items  As the summer season draws closer, we can all start to look forward to enjoying some time outdoors, soaking up the sunshine and of course, getting into the spirit of the festive season. Need to stock up on some summer essentials to ensure that you are ready to have some fun in the sun? Why not consider some green goodies that help support our natural heritage?  We live in a megadiverse country with some of the world’s richest biodiversity. The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF South Africa) offers some must-have items that are local, sustainable, support conservation, and encourage people to get out and experience the beauty of South Africa’s natural environment.  WWF works in a range of areas to protect our natural resources – oceans, land, wildlife - so that we can continue to benefit from everything nature provides us with such as food, energy and freshwater.  Available on the WWF SA online store, all products are ethically or sustainably sourced and are made of recycled or recyclable material or from 100% African cotton where applicable.  Among the eco-friendly products on offer are:  Functional and stylish beach bags made of waste fabric that normally goes into landfills.  Bold and beautifully designed recycled plastic t-shirts for men and women.  Comfortable and easy-to-wear kids t-shirtsmade from recycled plastic bottles.  An on-trend Bella handbag that is made out of recycled PET bottles.  Reusable silicone straws that can be easily cleaned, folded and stored away.  Colourful reusable water bottles to keep you hydrated – 450ml and 580ml.  With all these items, you will be ready to kick-start the summer season in style.   Why not start your Christmas shopping early as well this year with these items that are good for your pocket and good for the planet?  To view more sustainable products, visit https://shop.wwfsa.org.za/ 

Crocworld announces its exciting holiday programme

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With lockdown measures easing and holidays around the corner, Scottburgh’s Crocworld Conservation Centre is looking forward to welcoming visitors with a fantastic daily programme of animal feedings and informative demonstrations from 1 to 10...

Italtile | Launches The SharkWise Project to help ensure beautiful living for everybody.

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Next time you shop for stunning new eco-chic taps from Italtile to elevate your bathroom beauty, you won’t just be doing your bit to save water at home. You’ll also be helping a small...

Changing our water habits can have an impact on South Africa’s current drought conditions

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South Africa often experiences drought conditions. Recently, it was announced that within 10 to 20 years Gauteng will run out of water, and in July South Africa declared a state of disaster as its...

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