AFRICA PPP 2018
Oct
24
to Oct 25

AFRICA PPP 2018

10th Africa Public Private Partnership Conference and Showcase

Cape Sun Hotel, Cape Town

Africa PPP is the leading platform to discuss and learn about public-private partnerships and promote their successful implementation in Africa. Launched in 2009 and consistently supported by multilateral institutions and developments banks, this event is attended by hundreds of participants representing both the public and private sectors from countries across the globe.

For its 10th edition, Africa PPP programme focuses on Water, Energy and Transport Partnerships and Projects, as all are considered to have direct impact on developing economies, sustainable development and cross border trade.

The event will bring together government entities and PPP units, with project developers, financiers, multilateral institutions, legal advisors, and other stakeholders.

Contact: Laura Sitzia appp@ametrade.org T +44 207 700 4949

 For more information visit: Africa PPP website

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Infrastructure Africa
Oct
9
to Oct 10

Infrastructure Africa

Meet captains of industry

Connect with fellow CEOs, African Ministers and business
leaders to meet potential customers, partners and financiers.

Infrastructure Africa attracts leaders from across Africa who are looking for new projects, collaborations and an opportunity to create business connections. Infrastructure Africa is an exclusive event that brings together business and government leaders as well as industry and country experts - a combination of top level delegates which sets us apart from other mainstream events.

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electra mining africa 2018
Sep
10
to Sep 14

electra mining africa 2018

Expo Centre, Nasrec, Johannesburg

WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU AT ELECTRA MINING AFRICA!

Over the last 46-years, the industry has come to count on ELECTRA MINING AFRICA for a world-class showcase of the latest and greatest innovations and technologies, the leading products and services, and the most cutting-edge machinery, equipment and solutions.

AND THIS YEAR THERE’S EVEN MORE TO SEE.

In September, you can look forward to everything you’ve come to expect at Electra Mining Africa and a WHOLE lot more – including a new every-day theme experience!

FIVE DAYS...FIVE THEMES

DAY ONE: THE FUTURE OF SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

One of the exciting highlights will be the Artisans Training Centre, developed in partnership with The SAJ Competency Training Institute and the South African Capital Equipment Export Council (SACEEC).

DAY TWO: NEW PRODUCTS SHOWCASE

New products will be judged by our supporting partner South African Capital Equipment Export Council (SACEEC) and we’ll highlight the top ranked new products!

DAY THREE: ‘LOCAL IS LEKKER’ SOUTH AFRICAN DAY

A show that belongs to the industry, Electra Mining Africa will be celebrating its heritage as a proudly South African exhibition and we’ll be promoting all things local.

DAY FOUR: SAFETY DAY

Safety is ever growing in importance with every employee having the right to work in a safe environment. We’ll put the spotlight on safety and showcase the latest innovations and safety trends.

DAY FIVE: DIVERSITY DAY

Electra Mining Africa is not just a mining show. It covers many other sectors including; Industrial, transport, electrical, construction and more. Explore our diversity with us.

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World Water Week
Aug
26
to Aug 31

World Water Week

World Water Week is the annual focal point for the globe’s water issues. It is organized by SIWI. In 2018, World Water Week will address the theme “Water, ecosystems and human development”. In 2017, over 3,300 individuals and around 380 convening organizations from 135 countries participated in the Week.

Experts, practitioners, decision-makers, business innovators and young professionals from a range of sectors and countries come to Stockholm to network, exchange ideas, foster new thinking and develop solutions to the most pressing water-related challenges of today. We believe water is key to our future prosperity, and that together, we can achieve a water wise world.

To find out more or to register, click here.

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POWER-GEN, DistribuTECH Africa 2018
Jul
17
to Jul 19

POWER-GEN, DistribuTECH Africa 2018

Powering up a continent at POWER-GEN, DistribuTECH Africa 2018

POWER-GEN and DistribuTECH Africa 2018 will be staged at the Sandton Convention Centre from 17 – 19 July 2018. Themed ‘Powering up a continent’, this annual event brings together up to 3,000 key industry stakeholders from across Africa and abroad for three days of high-level debate and analysis.

POWER-GEN and DistribuTECH Africa, attract a broad range of delegates, including regional electricity distribution companies, power producers, utilities, oil and gas companies, energy and engineering consultants, government and regulators, environmental agencies, development agencies and investors. Exposure at these conferences allows experts and thought leaders to showcase research papers, best practice methodologies, industry innovations and success stories to the most comprehensive cross-section of African power players under one roof.

In over 30 conference sessions across several focused tracks, POWER-GEN and DistribuTECH Africa present new research, trends analysis, case studies, innovations and solutions for the power generation and distribution sectors. 

To book your booth or to register as a visitor or conference delegate visit www.powergenafrica.com

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WISA 2018 Conference and Exhibition “Breaking barriers, Connecting ideas”
Jun
24
to Jun 27

WISA 2018 Conference and Exhibition “Breaking barriers, Connecting ideas”

The Water Institute of Southern Africa (WISA) invites you to attend the WISA biennial conference and exhibition 2018, which will take place at the CTICC, Cape Town, from 24 to 27 June 2018.

The central theme of “Breaking barriers, Connecting ideas” seeks to address past, existing and future water resource challenges by promoting collaboration, cooperation and integration within the water sector. The Southern African region faces increased uncertainty and vulnerability regarding water supply. The following thematic areas for the conference seek to promote, inspire and demonstrate the value of working beyond existing mandates and perceived restrictions. While an emphasis is placed on Southern African case studies and research, international examples applicable to the Southern African context are welcome.

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS -  DEADLINE 30 JUNE 2017

Thematic Areas for Conference 

The context of each thematic area is described in further detail highlighting discussion topics, with some guiding questions. This description is merely to serve as a guide, coupled with key words to assist with the submission of relevant abstracts under each of the thematic areas linked to the central theme of the conference.

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Manufacturing Indaba 2018 and Africa's drive towards a manufacturing revival
Jun
19
to Jun 20

Manufacturing Indaba 2018 and Africa's drive towards a manufacturing revival

At the State of the Nation Address 2018 (SONA) President Ramaphosa specified that it is necessary to address the decline of South Africa’s manufacturing capacity which has considerably affected employment and exports. He also confirmed that government plans to promote greater investment in key manufacturing sectors through the strategic use of incentives such as creating a localisation programme which will ensure that products like textile, clothing, furniture, rail rolling stock and water meters are designated for local procurement.

It is acknowledged that a country’s sustainable economic development is led by manufacturing with essential linkages to the upstream production sectors of the economy such as mining and agriculture, as well as the downstream sectors including services, which ultimately contribute overall to strengthening integrated value chains within industry.

Certain manufacturing sectors have high employment multipliers with areas such as technology, innovation, research and development enhanced through manufacturing. Likewise, manufacturing supports and enables the growth of national skills capacity and capabilities, and the movement towards a knowledge economy. So far, the structural transformation that shifts productive resources from agriculture and mining to manufacturing which has helped many countries achieve greater prosperity, has bypassed most African countries.

ABOUT MANUFACTURING INDABA

The 5th edition of the Manufacturing Indaba will be hosted at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg on the 19th and 20th of June 2018, and will take place with the joint support and strategic partnership of the Department of Trade and Industry (the dti) and the Manufacturing Circle, a corporate association of manufacturers.


Visit our new website, to learn more about this prestigious event
Enquiries: info@manufacturingindaba.co.za 

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World Water Day: Summit & Expo
Mar
22
to Mar 24

World Water Day: Summit & Expo

Venue: Inkosi Albert Luthuli International Conference Center, Durban, South Africa
Date: 22 - 24 March 2017

Once again the world will converge in South Africa, Durban on 22 March in celebration of the annual World Water Day, under the theme “Wastewater: The Untapped Resource" which is intended to highlight the plight of the global population still suffering from water and sanitation related issues. 

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Water Abstraction Symposium - Cape Town
Feb
16
8:00 AM08:00

Water Abstraction Symposium - Cape Town

Symposium Overview

International subject matter experts will speak on  developments within the mining and water industry with emphasis on large capacity groundwater pumping systems. Topics covered will include borehole drilling, rising main piping systems, pump selection, installation and operation, control and performance monitoring systems.

Cape Town: Rockwell Automation 9 Waterford Mews - Waterford Place Century Boulevard Century City

16 February 2018 08h00 for registration 08h30 – 15h45

Confirmations by no later than 12 February 2018

RSVP: Michelle Junius – mjunius@ra.rockwell.com

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Water Abstraction Symposium - Joburg
Feb
14
8:00 AM08:00

Water Abstraction Symposium - Joburg

Symposium Overview

International subject matter experts will speak on  developments within the mining and water industry with emphasis on large capacity groundwater pumping systems. Topics covered will include borehole drilling, rising main piping systems, pump selection, installation and operation, control and performance monitoring systems.

Johannesburg: Rockwell Automation Auditorium 369 Pretoria Avenue Ferndale, Randburg

14 February 2018 08h00 for registration 08h30 – 15h45

Confirmations by no later than 8 February 2018

RSVP: Michelle Junius – mjunius@ra.rockwell.com

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44th IAH Congress
Sep
25
to Sep 29

44th IAH Congress

Dubrovnik, Croatia

Groundwater Heritage and Sustainability. Eight main congress topics have been established under this theme: 1) Groundwater heritage - passing benefits to current and future generations; 2) Groundwater modelling; 3) Groundwater monitoring - new approaches; 4) Groundwater in karst systems; 5) Groundwater and dependent ecosystems; 6) Hydropower and geothermal energy; 7) Sustainable management of groundwater resources; 8) Mineral waters and human health. 

For more information, click here.

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WATEC Israel 2017
Sep
12
to Sep 14

WATEC Israel 2017

Water Technology & Environmental Control Exhibition & Conference

WATEC Israel 2017 is an international professional exhibition that offers a meeting place for manufacturers, researchers, investors, academics, purchasers and decision-makers representing both local and international businesses.

Click here for more information.

 

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IFAT Africa 2017
Sep
12
to Sep 14

IFAT Africa 2017

Trade Fair for Water, Sewage, Refuse and Recycling

IFAT Environmental Technology Forum Africa, which celebrated its premiere from September 15 to 18, 2015 in Johannesburg, has positioned itself strongly in the African market. The first edition saw over 2 273 trade visitors from 38 countries engage with 116 exhibitors from 13 countries, taking up over 4 500 square meters. In addition, the trade fair boasted a high-caliber forum program. The next edition, IFAT Africa 2017, trade fair for Water, Sewage, Refuse and Recycling, will take place in Johannesburg from September 12-14, 2017.

To find out more, click here.

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Training: Field Analysis of Tectonic Structures
Aug
18
to Aug 20

Training: Field Analysis of Tectonic Structures

Venue: Babanango Valley Lodge near Vryheid in KwaZulu-Natal

Presented by Prof. Mike Watkeys

Friday 18 August

  • Introduction to structural geology
  • Plotting and analysing structural data on stereo nets
  • Introduction to structures produced in brittle deformation, their measurement, analysis and significance

Saturday 19 August

  • Mapping and measuring of brittle features in the field
  • Analysis and discussion of mapped and measured structures
  • Introduction to structures produced in ductile deformation, their measurement, analysis and significance

Sunday 20 August

  • Mapping and measuring of bedding, cleavage, lineations and folds in the field
  • Analysis and discussion of mapped and measured structures and significance

Register now

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KwaZulu-Natal Industrial Technology Exhibition
Jul
26
to Jul 28

KwaZulu-Natal Industrial Technology Exhibition

Durban Exhibition Centre KwaZulu-Natal

KZN's Industrial Technology Exhibition (KITE) has a jam-packed three-day programme of exhibitions, trending seminar topics and other visitor attractions.

KITE has negotiated a reduced parking fee for visitors to the show. If you park in the designated Centrum parking (on Samora Machel Street) you will pay only R30 in place of the standard R40 fee.

You also gain access to:

  1. The free-to-attend SAIMechE Seminar Theatre has 15 riveting topics, with something for everybody - click here for more information
  2. LEEASA Conference - covering DMR 18 guidelines, MEWSP, tower cranes, new rigger qualification, mobile cranes, overhead cranes and SABS. Earn 1 CPD point by attending on 26 July at 9:00 to 16:00
  3. MESA Special Interest Group: Digital Revolution - man or/or machine rules on 27 July from 12:00 to 16:00

Contact: Natasha Helberg - Trade Marketing Executive

info@kznindustrial.co.za  +27 (0) 76 168 0762   +27 (10) 003 3083

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Earth Hour
Mar
25
8:30 AM08:30

Earth Hour

This Earth Hour, South Africans pledge to Shine a Light on Climate Action!

Earth Hour is the world's largest grassroots movement for the environment, and its deepest impacts are beginning to reveal themselves through the day-to-day efforts of individuals and businesses. This year, the South African campaign focuses on food, energy, water and waste - challenging individuals, communities, schools, businesses and municipalities to take the lead on climate action. Through our interactive pledge platform, all South Africans are being called upon to take small actions that collectively translate into a big impact on climate change. Join WWF South Africa as we encourage all people to help us by becoming motivators and climate champions for the Earth.

Find out more.

 

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World Water Day
Mar
22
to Mar 24

World Water Day

Venue: Inkosi Albert Luthuli International Conference Center, Durban, South Africa
Date: 22 - 24 March 2017

Once again the world will converge in South Africa, Durban on 22 March in celebration of the annual World Water Day, under the theme “Wastewater: The Untapped Resource" which is intended to highlight the plight of the global population still suffering from water and sanitation related issues. The activities of the celebrations will amongst others include:

  1. The Launch of the 2017 United Nations World Water Development Report (WWDR) titled “Wastewater: The Untapped Resource”.
  2. The unveiling of the initiative of the United Nations/World Bank High Level Panel on Water (HLPW) on "Access to water and sanitation for 10 Billion people" to accelerate the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in particular Goal 6.
  3. The adoption of the political Declaration on World Water Day 2017.

 

Africa's rising population is driving demand for water and accelerating the degradation of water resources. In Africa, especially sub Saharan Africa, more than a quarter of the population spends more than half an hour per round trip to collect water, which has dire implications for women and children. According to the World Health Organisation, 115 people in Africa die every hour from diseases linked to poor sanitation, poor hygiene and contaminated water. A lack of access to safe drinking water and sanitation still kills more children than malaria, measles and HIV/AIDS combined.

Based on the above to the World Water Day, the celebrations are extended to feature a 2 day Regional Water Summit and Expo, which will focus on the following:

  • Broader water and sanitation challenges facing the continent.
  • Celebrating high impact projects that have improved service delivery.
  • Sharing best practice from local and international experts.
  • Reviewing progress made in improving access to water and sanitation.
  • Showcasing the latest technologies and solutions for key water challenges.
  • Shaping and influencing the water discourse in the continent in line with the SDGs. countries policy direction on water and sanitation.

For more information, click here.

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Drilling Methods and Techniques in Resource Delineation
Feb
22
to Feb 24

Drilling Methods and Techniques in Resource Delineation

Programme outline

The programme will commence at 08:30 each day and will finish at approximately 16:00.

Tea & coffee breaks and lunch will be included on all three days.

Fundamentals of Drilling Operations
Drilling Methods
Common drilling calculations
Fundamentals of Borehole Surveying
undamentals of Directional Drilling
The use of Drilling Fluids

This programme is subject to change by the GSSA organisers

For more information, click here.

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NGWA: 2016 Groundwater Week
Dec
6
to Dec 8

NGWA: 2016 Groundwater Week

Exhibits

You will have a full 12 hours over two days to explore the newest in products, technologies and services from hundreds of groundwater industry exhibitors

In addition, as a registered Groundwater Week attendee, you will also be able to view - at no added cost! - this year's co-located Irrigation Show exhibit hall.

Education

Increase your knowledge at 50-plus hours of expertly led workshops in categories ranging from business management and drilling operations to water systems and well rehabilitation including the following to name but a few: 

  • Achieving Energy Savings and More with VFDs
  • Changes in the 2017 Federal Tax Laws: How you should plan
  • Sizing the Right Pipe for a Job
  • Water Well Corrosion - Types, Effects and Resolutions
  • Click here to see other planned offerings.

Improve your skills or learn new ones in hands-on activity areas taking place in the exhibit hall. 

Hear the farewell presentation of the 2016 NGWREF McEllhiney Lecture, "Groundwater Contaminants and Treatment Options" by Peter S. Cartwright PE.

Extend your learning at short courses taking place before and after Groundwater Week. 

Engagement

Attend a joint keynote session with the Irrigation Association featuring a presentation by Dr Peter G. McCornick, PE, D.WRE, an internationally known expert in water, food and environmental research. 

Have some fun at events such as the Attendee Welcome Reception and Taste of Nashville.

Connect with thousands of groundwater professionals from all sectors of the industry and from around the world, in one convenient location.

All of this and so much more awaits you December 6-8, 2016 during Groundwater Week in Las Vegas, Nevada!

Don't delay - register today

Message to the BWA from Kevin McCray, CEO NGWA

“Since 1984, the Borehole Water Association of Southern Africa and the National Ground Water Association have enjoyed a positive collaboration relationship, despite being separated by vast distances.  Common interests in providing, protecting, managing, and remediating groundwater for mankind’s highest purposes brings our memberships closer together. NGWA looks forward to a renewal of mutual interests, and we hope we can expand upon what we can do together.”

 

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Training: 3D Geological Modelling
Oct
13
to Oct 14

Training: 3D Geological Modelling

3D geological modelling, or geomodelling, is the applied science of creating computerized representations of portions of the Earth's crust based on geophysical and geological data.  A geomodel is the numerical equivalent of a three-dimensional geological map, complemented by a suite of physical quantities within the volume of interest.  Geomodelling reflects the current state of the Shared Earth Model, developed in the 1990’s.

The past decade has seen a tremendous growth in the capability of almost all commercial 3D geomodelling packages, to the point where they run on high-end PCs.  This growth has changed the face of mineral exploration and mining: there is now a large overlap in terms of basic volume modelling and manipulation between commercially-available, general modelling packages and those specifically tailored for use in geology and mining.  Recent trends are away from software packages that have unforgiving data import routines, employ explicit or section-based modelling and which incorporate limited data sets or types.  The trend is towards software packages that have flexible import routines; comprehensive data checking and cleaning tools; rapid, dynamic, implicit modelling of surfaces, volumes and shells; integration of lazrge numbers of disparate data sets and 3D querying of spatial data to determine trends and patterns.  These packages typically employ an easy, workflow-driven approach.

About the Course

The course is not specific to any modelling package, but rather uses a “nuts-and-bolts” approach. It presents underlying data and techniques employed in creating usable geometries for downstream processes. The course will be of particular relevance to those who are unfamiliar with 3D geomodelling. It will also be of particular interest to those that require a degree of insight into the relatively recent move towards rules-based implicit modelling or professionals or companies that are considering changing software packages:

An overview of the various data types that should be combined and examined in a typical model-building process.
The applicability of specific modelling techniques and philosophies to various deposit types and problems: 2D models vs. 3D models; exploration models; geophysical data inversion; resource estimation models; geotechnical models; conceptual models.
Basic definitions of points, lines, polylines and polygons and variations in nomenclature.
Techniques for the collection, storage, verification and validation of data.
The processes of 3D geological modelling and the techniques employed.
The difference between explicit, implicit and rules-based implicit modelling.
Incorporation of structural data to create a fault network.
Tertiary use of 3D models, such as surface dip analysis, apparent dip analysis, 3D querying, intelligent targeting and trend analysis.
New trends and developments.

About Dr Ian Basson

Dr Ian Basson Ian graduated with a Ph.D. in Structural Geology from the University of Natal (now Kwazulu-Natal) in 2000. He completed his Post-Doctoral Studies at the University of Cape Town in 2002, with a focus on the structural controls on kimberlite emplacement. He founded Tect Geological Consulting in 2002 and has worked on 38 deposit types in 16 countries throughout Africa and Middle East. Tect has constructed 43 fully-constrained 3D models for the mining and exploration industry (see www.tect.co.za).

Ian’s skill set includes mapping of complex structural environments, including high-grade metamorphic terranes and terranes with a significant brittle-ductile or brittle overprint; structural and lithological mapping of open-cast mines; translation of structural features into parameters that are used by geotechnical engineers and mining personnel in pit slope design and mine planning; 3D modelling of complex geology; lithological and structural interpretation of geophysical and Landsat/ASTER data sets; forward structural modelling in greenfields or brownfields exploration projects using stress mapping and modelling. Ian has published 21 peer-reviewed articles. He is a Senior External Lecturer at the University of Stellenbosch, where he presents the Honours Geology Class with a course on general 3D modelling and a practical course in Micromine™.

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Training: Drilling Methods and Techniques in Resource Delineation
Sep
14
to Sep 16

Training: Drilling Methods and Techniques in Resource Delineation

About the Course

This three day course provides a practical overview of all aspects of exploration drilling for practicing geologists and related professionals. The course is interactive and questions and discussions of on-site problems are encouraged. Participants will receive a set of printed course notes and a copy of “The Diamond Drilling Handbook” by Dr W.F. Heinz. The program will commence at 8:30 and will finish at 16:00 each day

Who should attend?

The course will assist all persons involved in drilling projects to understand the role of drilling in the mining industry, the physical principles of drilling as well as in understanding a range of different drilling methods commonly used in exploration projects. The functions and properties of drill fluids, the fundamentals of borehole surveying and an introduction to directional drilling concepts are also covered. the course is therefore aimed at Geologists (old and young), Project Engineers, Consultants, Financiers and Safety Professionals.

Costs

  • GSSA Member – R 9,000 including VAT
  • Non-Member – R 11,500 including VAT
  • Academic   - R 6,500 including VAT

For more information or to register, click here.

 

 

 

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35th International Geological Congress
Aug
27
to Sep 4

35th International Geological Congress

South Africa will be hosting the 35th ‘World Cup of Geosciences’ in 2016, the prestigious International Geological Congress (IGC), which is undoubtedly the most important activity of the International Union of Geological Sciences (IUGS). The South African event will take place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre from 27 August to 4 September 2016.

The Council for Geoscience, together with the Geological Society of South Africa and other collaborators from academia and industry, is currently spearheading the preparations for the 35th IGC in South Africa.

The objectives of the IGC are as follows:

  • Contribute, in collaboration with and under the auspices of the IUGS, to the advancement of fundamental and applied research in the geological sciences.
  • Provide a general assembly of geoscientists, spanning a wide range of geoscience disciplines, where ideas and information can be freely exchanged.
  • Emphasise the geological specialities or challenges of the host country or region.
  • Provide the opportunity, by way of geological excursions, to examine geological problems and features in the field.

 

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Greendrinks: Growing trees in the desert and Organic Waste recycling
Aug
18
5:30 PM17:30

Greendrinks: Growing trees in the desert and Organic Waste recycling

Date: 18 August 2016
Time: 17h30 for 18h00
Venue: 94 Bessemer St, Wendywood
RSVP: Noelle on 011 656 9802 or climate@trees.org.za

We have two guest speakers tonight, both of whom are Climate Reality Leaders and experts within their field.
Nici Richter is a Climate Reality Leader and qualified permaculture trainer on a quest to discover if and how trees can grow in deserts. Gina Shoemaker, also a Climate Reality Leader,  is the director of Green Earth Concepts, a leading environmental services provider in South Africa specialising in recycled organic compost.

More about the speakers:

Nici Richter is a Climate Reality Leader and qualified permaculture trainer on a quest to discover if and how trees can grow in deserts. Her conviction is that the answer would be key to reversing climate change on a world-wide scale by purposefully developing the tools to re-green the displaced places and deserts of the world in a systematic way. After a radical career change 10 years ago, she embarked in a deeply introspective journey that has taken her to Western Australia, Greece, Israel and Jordan and from which she draws a wealth of reflections, observations and case studies. Nici is currently busy with a permaculture presentation for a small farm design at SEED in Mitchell's Plain, Western Cape.

Gina Shoemaker, also a Climate Reality Leader,  is the director of Green Earth Concepts, a leading environmental services provider in South Africa specialised in recycled organic compost. Gina's strategy consists in avoiding the production of methane gas (GHG) by diverting organic refuse away from landfill, creating jobs and increasing food production through organic methods. With over 23 combined years of experience and education, Green Earth activities also include landscape design and installation, irrigation installations (residential, commercial, agriculture) and a wholesale nursery. Her flow-through worm farm design has been rated one of the best world-wide. It is manufactured right here in South Africa and implemented throughout the country.

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National Groundwater Strategy (NGS) - 2016 (Upington)
Jun
22
8:00 AM08:00

National Groundwater Strategy (NGS) - 2016 (Upington)

The Department of Water and Sanitation with the Water Research Commission are redrafting the Groundwater Strategy (GS) 2010 into the National Groundwater Strategy (NGS) 2016 through sufficient public consultation and stakeholder participation. You are encouraged to attend the provincial workshops scheduled for May and June 2016 to voice out your opinion on NGS.

 

Register as a stakeholder to attend any of the workshops in the link below and PLEASE NOTE that the current NGS Draft and comment sheet for any comments are available in the same link:

https://www.dwa.gov.za/Groundwater/NGS2016.aspx

For more detailed information, send an email to ngs@dws.gov.za

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National Groundwater Strategy (NGS) - 2016 (Mbombela)
Jun
14
8:00 AM08:00

National Groundwater Strategy (NGS) - 2016 (Mbombela)

The Department of Water and Sanitation with the Water Research Commission are redrafting the Groundwater Strategy (GS) 2010 into the National Groundwater Strategy (NGS) 2016 through sufficient public consultation and stakeholder participation. You are encouraged to attend the provincial workshops scheduled for May and June 2016 to voice out your opinion on NGS.

 

Register as a stakeholder to attend any of the workshops in the link below and PLEASE NOTE that the current NGS Draft and comment sheet for any comments are available in the same link:

https://www.dwa.gov.za/Groundwater/NGS2016.aspx

For more detailed information, send an email to ngs@dws.gov.za

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