All the Cape Chameleon's articles about Environment.
SANCCOB (Southern African Foundation for the Conservation of Local Birds) upgrades its hospital and premises and celebrates 50 years helping sick and injured seabirds.
Day Zero aside, Cape Town is suffering from a historic drought. So what will the country’s future look like?
Cape Air Water offers a solution to the drought in Cape Town – producing water from the air. The water technology is available for homes and businesses.
With the effects of climate change becoming a reality, it is time to re-think the largest cause of environmental degradation: agriculture.
With the water crisis looming, residents in Cape Town have a wide range of opinions on the likelihood of Day Zero.
Speaking at the Cape Town Press Club, Minister Mokonyane says we must see widespread 'behavioural change' to avoid Day Zero in Cape Town.
As things stand, Cape Town is on track to be the first city in history to run out of water, following a 3-year drought.
The Grand Inga Dam on the Congo River was meant to provide energy for Africa, but has struggled with corruption and mismanagement.
Rethinking the consequences plastic has on our world and what the possible solutions might be to this prominent pollutant suffocating our environment.
Our landscapes can feed us, Loubie Rusch is convinced of this. A landscape designer by trade, she is passionate about indigenous food and how to forage it.
Greening Nyanga project was established to encourage community members to keep the environment clean and green, plant trees and establish home gardens.
In the City Bowl of Cape Town you will find the Oranjezicht City Farm (OZCF) where they celebrate local food, culture and community through urban farming.
Sunday, 1 March, the famous Cape Town peninsula mountain range was ablazed with fire. Authorities estimate that roughly 5,000 hectares have been affecte.
Discussing the issue of South Africa's energy dilemma and how the country is struggling to meet the growing electricity demand.
Most of us recoil at anything resembling sexist or racist language or conduct. So what will it take for us to equally recoil at anything speciesist?
The Shore Break, a documentary directed by Ryley Grunenwald captures the intense standoff between the local Amadiba people and TEM on the East Coast of SA