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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.



Opportunity: Communications Coordinator

We are hiring! We are looking for a dynamic and experienced individual to fill the role of Communications Coordinator at Project 90. If you have a strong marketing and project management background and a love for what Project 90 does, email Lorna (lorna@90by2030.org.za) with your [...]

What does it take to work successfully in communities?

By Thando Lukuko People living in under-serviced or low-income communities, however we wish to term them, have every capability to address the key socio-economic challenges they face such as energy, housing and sanitation. What is needed over and above relevant technical support, is emotional support [...]

NUM symposium: An earnest attempt to find the truth

On 17 May 2017, the National Union of Mine workers (NUM), in collaboration with the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES) and Sam Tambani Research Institute (SATRI), hosted a symposium to gather more information surrounding the energy needs of South Africa. They invited various civil society organisations, [...]

Job Opportunity: Policy and Research Thematic Expert

An exciting opportunity has emerged at Project 90 by 2030! We are looking for a dynamic and experienced individual to take on the role of Policy & Research Thematic Expert at Project 90! See link below for more information. If you enjoy working in an environment [...]

Current energy planning consultation process is a mockery

Recently the Department of Energy (DoE) released draft components of the long awaited Integrated Energy Plan (IEP) and the Integrated Resource Plan (IRP). These effectively map out energy plans for South Africa until 2050. They determine when, and what type, of power stations we build. [...]

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