In the second half of December 2018 we conducted a dive to remove snagged fishing tackle from a transect on the eastern reef at Gericke’s Point. The primary purpose of […]
The concept of trophic cascades is a relatively recent biological concept which describes the progression of nutrients and energy (calorific) through the food chain. There are numerous examples of trophic […]
Internationally there is mounting pressure to ban plastics to save our oceans. While the emphasis is to pressure producers and retailers to wean their production and packaging from plastics, it […]
Internet and smart phones have the ability to assist communities living below the poverty line.
The unexpected victims of wind farms are the reptiles, arachnids and Scorpions along with the avian species that don’t usually fly in the collision zone.
South Africa is poised on the cusp of experiencing an proliferation of mega wind farms erupting across the landscape. In a country blessed with unique and diverse avian species, bird monitors, Mark and Amanda Dixon, ponder whether sufficient mitigation procedures have been instigated to prevent displacement and accidental deaths of bird populations
The pair of Verreaux’s Eagles descended down the slope, darks shadows dropping over the cliff and hugging the steep rocky fynbos. Silently they landed at the base of a rock […]