Will you accept the challenge to be a part of the solution to plastic pollution, and go plastic free this July?
Plastic poses significant health risks to wildlife and humans and causes severe damage to our natural environment. With simple daily swaps, each one of us can make a difference, and the more others see you using reusable bags, refusing to use straws, or recycling, the more they are likely to start changing their own behaviour. You can be a changemaker in your community. To help you reduce your plastic use, our SUPA new range of plastic-free, reusable products will save you money long-term, and contribute towards reducing the burden plastic places on the planet. Check out the SUPA range here – eco-friendly convenience at the click of a button:
We’ve got your back this winter with our snug winter woolies and ferocious facemasks.
Whether you’re at home or at work, our new range of awesome masks and stylish but comfortable winter clothes are just what you need to stay safe and warm, while helping our team to do the same as they defend our wildlife!
- Leaping into spring
- A word from the CEO – An interview with our leading lady, Yolan Friedmann
- Griet’s ghost and the long lost rabbit: The Lettas Kraal conservation story.
- A tribute to a true conservation hero
- Women’s Month interview with Honourable Minister Barbara Creecy
- Wetland buffer restoration success in the South Kiruruma Wetland, South-western Uganda
- The female of the species is deadlier than the male
- Woman of the wind
- A friend indeed
- Conservation Champions – Reza Joseph
- The EWT Forever Forest
- Leading southern African vultures further towards extinction
- Remembering David Haddon Mitchell
- Is there a place for gender in conservation?
- Wild Chats – September
- Strategic Conservation of the Pepper-bark tree in the Soutpansberg
- Science Snippets: An update on the African Lion Database
- A word from the CEO – July 2020
- Farming for the future
- A legacy of land: Papkuilsfontein Protected Environment