Civic groups object to encroaching developers

As public opinion was being disregarded, “other forms of action” would be necessary to protect the city from this type of development. “(Heaven) forbid that this regime ever gets its grubby paws on the Winelands. It’s apparent that tourism, the local economy’s major export, jobs and food security mean little to the city in practical terms.”

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Sinister moves by the city’s land-use department in Philippi

There is something very sinister happening in the City’s land use planning department. Now we learn that at the MAYCO meeting on the 16th of this month the same EE&SP member persuaded the mayor and her colleagues to overturn a decision taken last November regarding the most productive & fertile part of the Phillipi Horticultural Area (PHA).

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Cape Fracking activist wins international environmental prize

South African environmental campaigner Jonathan Deal was today awarded the Goldman Environmental Prize for his work in the fight against hydraulic fracturing in the Karoo.

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The Climate Change Discussions are underway!

The WESSA facilitated series of four Discussions around

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CAPE TOWN ENERGY SEMINAR

CAPE TOWN ENERGY SEMINAR

The Greater Cape Town

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