Mega-reserve wetlands a success

Some good news and some bad news for Cape wetlands: This article by Melanie Gosling was first published in the Cape Times here. A major study on the health of 65 wetlands in the fynbos biome has revealed that 29 percent are in better shape than they were 25 years ago. Another 24 percent are in […]

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A magical night in the park

Here are some pics from our free outdoor film screening at the Green Point Park. The weather didn’t exactly play along on this misty evening, but that didn’t deter our moviegoers. The fog horn sounding in the distance lent the evening a special sort of magic.

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SA short film wins global competition!

*** BREAKING NEWS: Moonwalk, the short film by Cape Town filmmaker Sven Harding, has just been announced as the winner of Sh2orts, a global short film competition themed around water, hosted by  WorldView and WaterAid. Read more here. *** Congratulations Sven! Watch it exclusively at the Labia Theatre tomorrow night (Sunday 22 March) – followed by a Q&A session […]

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Pics from our fun run

We hosted an informal after-work fun run (and walk) along the Liesbeek River on Thursday evening. Here are some pics: Thank you to all of the enthusiastic and energetic participants. Our tech-savvy “race” organiser Dave even timed the affair and you can scrutinise your performance here.

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Water is Art – video

Watch this captivating time-lapse video from UN-Water: Thinking about Water and Sustainable Development, Concept Body Artist Emma Fay created the above art, capturing the very extremes of water management on a human canvas. Water flowing from pristine nature to a whirlpool of waste, making a sharp division between those that have and those that do […]

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