On the 10th October 2019, SOSNPO and its partners, announced the new dates and updates for the upcoming W12 Congress presented by Grundfos, when solutions and a protocol for tackling global water challenges will be discussed by
It seems we can do hardly anything these days that doesn’t in some shape or form damage the environment. Especially while travelling, when we can become so preoccupied with the hedonist goals of our journey
This July I’m joining the Two Oceans Aquarium challenge to refuse the top four single-use plastics, that is plastic shopping bags, straws, takeaway containers (plastic coffee cup lids, cutlery, etc.) and plastic water bottles – and encourage
At a recent Travel Massive Event hosted by the Two Oceans Aquarium where they served a water-wise menu using only biodegradable products, we were treated to some insight into the work that they do there in
Hotels are usually the lodging options people think of when they’re going to be travelling. They’re everywhere and easy to book and customers usually see commercials for chains, which makes them feel familiar with the place.
You don’t have to be on the frontline of conservation to make a positive impact on the environment. You can make a difference without leaving the house. My article on just this for Travel Update.
More breathtakingly powerful work by one of my favourite photographers Nick Brandt. With his latest project “Inherit the Dust” he goes to extraordinary lengths to show us what’s at stake if the human impact on
Kimberley. – When in Kimberley last week I met a lady who was holding this adorable little Meerkat in her hands. He was not quite grown, incredibly cute and oozed the kind of attitude
Penguin Promises – From 12-18 April I joined a group of 15 animal keepers, penguin enthusiasts and environmental supporters from around the country as we tackled the 124km walk from Gansbaai to Simonstown in support
Penguin Promises – A few months ago a friend, much-respected travel writer and often travel buddy of mine Linda of Moving Sushi, introduced me to the idea of joining her on this year’s Penguin Promises
Greenpop. – Much like the Platbos Reforest Fest, Greenpop will be launching their Hogsback Reforest Fest this September which is Arbor Month. Offering a celebration of our earth and trees through reforestation, music, workshops, competition and yoga. The
Greenpop. Zambia. – I met the remarkable Candice Mostert in Zambia as she taught her simple and effective eco-brick building method to the local residents at Sons of Thunder farm. Another incredible partner of GreenPop and #TreesForZambia. Supported by a group
Greenpop. – I’m very proud to announce that together with Linda of Moving Sushi, I will be joining Greenpop as an official ambassador, and accompanying them to a smorgasbord of tree planting events to help promote the work they