Breathe in, breathe out, and get stretching with supermodel, actress, and environmental warrior, Cara Delevingne.
Before that glorious milestone in your little one’s development, when they use the potty, chances are you’ve had the unfortunate task of dealing with roughly 5 000 diapers.
Multi-millionaire and environmentalist Dale Vince has set out to create the world’s first “zero impact” diamond.
The pandemic is proof that we can make major lifestyle changes when it matters, and the same could be true for saving the planet.
Nipping down to the beach is nice, but sometimes it’s tough to beat lounging by the pool. How’s the view from this gem?
The first phase of Sandton’s new R3 billion smart eco-city is expected to be complete by the end of 2019.
Shopping malls in this country are a dime a dozen, but there’s a subtle shift taking place that might have slipped you by unnoticed.
The first of its kind in Africa, the Khi Solar One solar power tower plant required 335 metric tonnes of cargo to be imported. This is how they did it.
If living off the grid is your dream, take a look at people who are doing it for real in a camp over in America. So, is it everything it’s cracked up to be?
It took a while for Cape Town to catch on, but rooftop decks are all the rage right now. It’s not exactly hard to see why, especially during the summer months.
Most business owners like to think they’re doing their bit when it comes to ‘going green’, but one in particular is really stepping up to the plate.
Everyone’s talking about going green these days, and it’s actually never been easier (or more cost effective) to put your money where you mouth is.
Plans are afoot to build a green village here in the Cape, the first of its kind anywhere in the country. They’ll throw in a helipad for good measure too.
I will avoid the obvious pun here about squirrels going nuts. We’re better than that. These critters do seem to have developed an interesting new feeding habit though.
FInd out how you can get involved to ensure that you are playing your part to “go green”, even when sitting in the office.
It’s the Year of Setsuden in Japan, which Google tells me means “saving electricity'”; this means that the lavish Christmas illuminations that Tokyo usually sets up are a little hard to justify. Minna no Illumi has found a pretty neat solution to the problem, though, with an entirely biodiesel-powered display.