Project 90 by 2030 challenges South Africans to
‘think and act differently’.

We work with individuals, organisations, and decision makers to identify actions that can reduce their impact on the environment. Our specific foci in pushing for low-carbon actions in South Africa is centred on developing environmental leadership in youth, enhancing energy and water security in communities and to advocate for, and support the involvement of South Africans in the transition to an equitable, low-carbon society.

INSPIRE. MOBILISE. A LOW-CARBON GENERATION.

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Joining climate change fight

Latest article published in the Cape Argus by Neoka Naidoo from our Policy & Research team - inviting the newly elected ward councillors to take up climate change action.  

The Road Home from Paris to a low-carbon South Africa

December 2015 saw the close of international climate negotiations (COP21) in Paris, France, which gave rise to a global climate agreement – the Paris Agreement – the first since the Kyoto Protocol which was adopted almost 20 years ago. Whilst the Paris Agreement may lack [...]

Mining nuclear fuel in the Karoo has serious consequences

Image credit: Andrey Serebryakov In 2016 there has been substantial media coverage on the proposed nuclear build in South Africa. This included: the cost, the outdated energy planning documents, the international agreements, a court case involving the President and the Minister of Energy, problematic environmental [...]

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