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Vegetation around the world is on the move

Krugerpark News Information: Vegetation around the world is on the move, and climate change is the culprit, according to a new analysis of global vegetation shifts

Spot the fake greenie

Krugerpark News Information: Want to spot a fake greenie? Watch their body language, next time they claim to care about the environment

Politics is a key factor in biodiversity

Krugerpark News Information: Politics influence biodiversity. Political decisions directly impact on man's interaction with the environment, through policies ranging from

SA shines at regional World Travel Awards ceremony

Krugerpark News Information: South Africa swept the board at the World Travel Awards Africa and Indian Ocean Gala Ceremony in Johannesburg

Catalogue of Life 2010 launched

Krugerpark News Information: A catalogue detailing 1.25 million species of organisms across the world released a special edition to mark the International Year of Biodiversity

Which Comes First Water or Energy

Krugerpark News Information: Finding water to create new energy requires an investment of old energy, researchers say. “No matter what kind of energy you want to create, from

Flower power makes tropics wetter

Krugerpark News Information: The world is a cooler, wetter place because of flowering plants, according to new climate simulation results published in the June 2010 journal

Wildlife trade regulation needed more than ever

Krugerpark News Information: From medicine to musical instruments and from fashion and beauty products to delicacies, wildlife items in trade must be properly regulated

Minister to chair WEF tourism council

Krugerpark News Information: South Africa's tourism minister Marthinus van Schalkwyk has been appointed to chair the World Economic Forum (WEF)'s Tourism Council until next year

World fails to meet biodiversity loss targets

Krugerpark News Information: The Global Biodiversity Outlook is published every four years and is the product of close collaboration between the

African penguin on endangered list

Krugerpark News Information: African penguins have been sliding towards extinction since industrial fishing started around the Cape. The last four years have seen a population crash

Camdeboo National Park to Develop Bushcamp and Campsite

Krugerpark News Information: South African National Parks (SANParks) hopes to open a news bushcamp in the Camdeboo National Park in the Eastern Cape by the end of 2010

Medicinal plants need revised care plan

Krugerpark News Information: About 15 000 species of medicinal plants are globally threatened from, amongst others, loss of habitat, over-exploitation, invasive species and

Princess Takamado explores South Africas bird life

Krugerpark News Information: Japan's princess Takamado recently visited several important bird sites in South Africa. The princess has been the honorary president of BirdLife

Black rhino moved to Tanzania

Krugerpark News Information: South African National Parks (SANParks) facilitated the translocation of five black rhino, Diceros Bicornis Michaeli, Tanzania's Grumeti in the Serengeti

Buffalo kills hiker in Mountain Zebra National Park

Krugerpark News Information: Four hikers were attacked by a buffalo bull on a hiking trail in Mountain Zebra National Park (MZNP) earlier this month (July 2010)

Five Poaching Suspects Arrested in Kruger

Krugerpark News Information: The South African National Parks (SANParks) Environmental Crime Investigation (ECI) team and rangers arrested four suspected poachers in the Kruger
Rhino with horn.

Vietnamese Citizen Jailed For Possession Of Rhino Horn

Krugerpark News Information: Stricter penalties are underway as the fight against rhino poaching in South Africa continues
Mother Rhino and baby Rhino calf.

Rhino Poaching Update

Krugerpark News Information: Read more on the latest news, facts and figures on Rhino Poaching and Rhino conservation both globally and in South Africa and Kruger National Park

Earth Day 40 years on

Krugerpark News Information: The 40th Earth Day was celebrated on 22 April 2010. The Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT), which turns 37 years old this year, reflected on its own impact

Whats to celebrate on World Migratory Bird Day

Krugerpark News Information: World Migratory Bird Day is celebrated on 8/9 May. By which time all our migratory birds have long since left South Africa for sunnier climes. By rights

Invest Says Patel

Krugerpark News Information: South Africa's economic development Minister Ibrahim Patel said the country has a responsibility to explore new innovative ways to

Zuma supports green economy

Krugerpark News Information: South African president Jacob Zuma supports calls for green technologies and industries that will ensure the country responds to

Rift Valley Fever No Namibian Beef Goat Meat For South Africa

Krugerpark News Information: The veterinary import permits for venison, beef, mutton and goat meat not slaughtered at South African approved abattoirs have been cancelled

Climate Change And Environmental Crime In South Africa

Krugerpark News Information: South Africa's department of environmental affairs has set aside R400 million for an “Eco-Towns” programme to be established in 10 municipalities in 2010
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