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Ocean Watch Training

Time to sharpen up African climate journalism

Young scientists offered training in coastal resilience reporting

Conservation Watch Khetha Journalism Project

The big fence: Historical divisions plague conservation efforts in South Africa

A ‘big war’ rages between those who can legally harvest natural resources and those who can’t

Conservation Watch Environment Khetha Journalism Project TOP STORIES

Women snappers hunt for best shots

Capturing memorable wildlife moments on camera is sometimes the stuff of heartbreak, hope and missed opportunities.

Conservation Watch Environment Khetha Journalism Project

Cinema magic introduces Pangolins to Cape Flats

Sometimes, when there are big, pressing environmental problems to tackle, it’s best to begin at home. 

biodiversity Conservation Watch

Double dealing in Harare wetlands crisis

It’s the poor and working class who suffer most from high-handed and selective solutions to illegal building on swamps.

biodiversity Ocean Watch

Tales you lose: Why Wild Coast blasting rattles the sea’s great migrating whales

A stretch of coast earmarked for seismic surveys – and potentially oil and gas extraction – lies on a long route followed by humpback whales.