Ignorance is bliss: the unnoticed impacts of enjoying natural spaces and the role we all need to play in conserving them.

Ignorance is bliss: the unnoticed impacts of enjoying natural spaces and the role we all need to play in conserving them.

Despite our relatively recent urbanised society, most human beings still feel an innate need to immerse themselves in nature. To marvel at the magnitude of mountains, to feel the still, earthy air of a dense forest, to listen to the gentle trickle of a mountain stream – these are experiences that add value to our lives and provide us with space to think and feel.

Aug 30, 2021
The Table Mountain Freshwater Ecosystems Project – one year on

The Table Mountain Freshwater Ecosystems Project – one year on

The Table Mountain Freshwater Ecosystems Project has had an exciting first year, setting a strong foundation of data collection and crucial partnerships that will allow the project to continue to evolve in 2020. It has been a year filled with new discoveries, long but exciting days in the field, slightly longer days in the office and many meetings, presentations and interesting discussions in between.

Mar 3, 2020