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  Recalibrate resources to restore the balance in dealing with the environment YouTube link: https://youtu.be/fbf_siHAyvk. The Annual Garden Route Fire Commemoration event and Climate Change Indaba, including a field visit to severely affected areas by the 2018 wildfire disaster near Karatara, in the Garden Route district, came to a close on Wednesday, 9 June 2021. …

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GREF Annual Garden Route Fire Commemoration Event & Climate Change Indaba, Tuesday 8 June 2021   Theme: Adapt to a sustainable future Facilitator (Session 1): Ms Pamela Booth, Environmental Manager, Knysna Municipality 08:20 Registration & Coffee/Tea SESSION 1 TIME ITEM RESPONSIBILITY 08:55 Introduction by the Programme Director Mr Cobus Meiring, Chairperson of the Garden Route …

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Urgent Notification  GREF Annual Garden Route Fire Commemoration Event & Climate Change Indaba, Tuesday 8 June 2021    IMPORTANT:  Change of Venue The Garden Route District Municipality Council Chambers & Loerie Room, 54 York Street, George   Due to the newly announced Covid-19 lockdown levels and unpredictable load shedding schedules, an executive decision was made to move …

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  Garden Route Climate Change Indaba to coincide with the United Nations World Oceans Day The Garden Route Fire Commemoration Event and Climate Change Indaba will this year coincide with World Oceans Day, taking place on Tuesday 8 June 2021. The Indaba is hosted by the Garden Route District Municipality and the Garden Route Environmental …

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  “Any which way we look at the scenario, water, or rather the lack thereof, is the biggest threat to South Africa’s present and future well-being, and that threat is in many ways dependent on the way in which we manage and conserve the environment, how we plan to cope with climate change and changing …

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  Climate Change Indaba becoming an important tool for environmental and disaster management entities Severe rainstorms lashed throughout the first week of May through the Southern Cape, and although much damage was reported, and farmers and communities in low-lying areas had to be evacuated, the rain did bring relief to areas that were severely affected …

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29 September 2020 “The inevitable advent of Day Zero, combined with renewed load shedding, COVID-19 impacts and political and policy uncertainty, will no doubt impact upon regional socio-economic prospects. An urgent effort is required to collectively plan around resource management and water security, in particular, for the Gamtoos Valley and the Eastern Cape as a whole,” says …

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31 August 2020 The ecological integrity of the once-mighty Krom River is in serious peril, says Cobus Meiring of the Southern Cape Landowners Initiative (SCLI). “Threats to the Krom River include the over-extraction of water, still more freshwater wetland systems not functioning optimally or being destroyed as a result of huge head-cuts erosion – often triggered by mechanical river channelisation by landowners – …

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