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biodiversity Conservation Watch

Manguo’s murky waters and the blame game

There’s plenty of finger pointing as a Kenyan wetland withers.

biodiversity Conservation Watch

On a wing and a prayer: How perestroika put a Cape bird-lover on a fascinating new path

Stats prof Les Underhill has helped build a new model army of citizen scientists

biodiversity Conservation Watch

Troubled waters: hope and haggling in struggle for swamp

Can renewed efforts save Kenya’s Manguo wetland and its wildlife? 

Ocean Watch

MPAs: Why there’s still a wade to go

A sense of exclusion among coastal communities could hold back the drive to extend marine protected areas.

Conservation Watch Environment

‘Environmental hero company’ charged for massive Durban air, water and soil pollution

Marathon legal case looms large for agrochemical giant in wake of Durban’s disastrous chemical spill.

Conservation Watch

New narratives needed on wildlife trafficking

Roving Reporters is helping spearhead an innovative journalism project in the Greater Kruger National Park.

biodiversity Ocean Watch

Shutterbugs rally to save our seas

A first ever Marine Protected Areas photographic competition – to put people in the picture about the value of conserving our ocean environment – is under way in South Africa,

biodiversity Conservation Watch

Enviro Champs tackle Pietermaritzburg river pollution

A community-based programme is helping to clean rivers in the KZN capital. Thobani Ngomane and Matthew Hattingh report.

biodiversity Ocean Watch

No horsing around… Why this little guy really is top of the pops

You may have already told your dad he is super, but how does he stack up next to a seahorse? 

biodiversity Ocean Watch Rays and sharks

Covid shark video lands the WHO in hot water

The United Nations health agency has missed the boat on conserving sharks, say activists. Nico Booyens and Natalie dos Santos report.