In case you missed it

In case you missed it

Join us for three exciting Wild Chats this month!

May 31, 2021
EWT and Business for Nature call on companies to help reduce nature loss in this decade.

EWT and Business for Nature call on companies to help reduce nature loss in this decade.

The Endangered Wildlife Trust’s National Biodiversity and Business Network (NBBN) has joined Business for Nature, a global coalition that brings together business and conservation organisations and forward-thinking companies.

Apr 30, 2021

Mandela day – 67 things in 67 days

If it takes 66 days for a new behaviour to become a habit, we will give you 67!

Aug 3, 2020
Suburban bliss for biodiversity

Suburban bliss for biodiversity

Biodiversity plays an important role in urban ecosystems and restricted access to it can profoundly affect human wellbeing.

Aug 3, 2020
Alarms are ringing – is the COVID-19 pandemic a wakeup call for businesses?

Alarms are ringing – is the COVID-19 pandemic a wakeup call for businesses?

“Nature is sending us a message with the coronavirus pandemic and the ongoing climate crisis”.

Jul 1, 2020
COVID-19 lockdown: A time to reflect on our impact on biodiversity

COVID-19 lockdown: A time to reflect on our impact on biodiversity

The novel coronavirus, COVID-19, has brought to the forefront new challenges and, therefore, opportunities in our lifetime.

Mar 27, 2020
Risk, reputation and reporting: Does business have a biodiversity blind spot?

Risk, reputation and reporting: Does business have a biodiversity blind spot?

Often the link between biodiversity and business can be difficult to identify. On 18 February 2020, the EWT’s National Biodiversity and Business Network (NBBN) hosted their annual Indaba under the theme of risk and reputation.

Mar 3, 2020
Expanding our conservation footprint in the Soutpansberg

Expanding our conservation footprint in the Soutpansberg

The EWT aims to safeguard the future of hundreds of threatened species through our local conservation activities, which will protect the unique biodiversity and landscapes, and support the development of sustainable livelihoods in the western Soutpansberg Mountains

Oct 30, 2019
Environmental Impact Assessments are not saving our wildlife and wild places

Environmental Impact Assessments are not saving our wildlife and wild places

Biological diversity is a difficult thing to measure at a national scale, but regardless of how it is measured, South Africa is in the top ten most biodiverse countries in the world, and could possibly even be in the top three. We are privileged therefore, as a developing country, to be in a position to conserve our remaining intact habitat and associated biodiversity. If we strategically and carefully govern our development processes, we can do so while also achieving sustainable economic growth, development and natural capital/heritage.

Sep 27, 2019