Facebook
Twitter
LinkedIn
Flickr
YouTube

free-join-roadtrip


videoarchive

ad

Research

Bathroom Savvy

Bathing versus showering: An average bath uses 160 litres. A five-minute shower typically uses 60
litres. Share the water with your partner and let children bath together.
Catch it in the shower: Place a bucket in the shower to collect water, which you can then use to water
the garden, wash your car or outside floors or even flush the toilet.

Read more...

Savvy Appliances

Go high-tech: Consider buying a high-efficiency washing machine that will use an average of 30%
less water and 40–50% less energy.

Read more...

Water Conservation @ Home

WATER is everywhere, in us and around us, in liquid, solid or gas form. Take a moment and consider
how wonderful water truly is! A sparkling lake on a hot summer’s day, ice cubes clinking in your
glass of cool drink, a hot shower on tired muscles, gentle rain feeding our gardens and refreshing our
souls. We rely on water each and every day for our very lives and well being. But, the water we have
on Earth is finite and the amount of water that is available for human consumption is actually
reducing due to many wasteful or polluting practices.

Read more...

State of the Nation– An E-Team Report: Part 5

State of the Nation – An E-Team Report

Part 5: By Roger Wynne-Dyke

4. What are the ‘New 7 Wonders of Nature’ and what will this mean for Cape Town and South Africa?

New7Wonders of Nature is a contemporary effort to create a list of seven natural wonders chosen by people through a global poll, organized by New Open World Corporation (NOWC), which ran theNew Seven Wonders of the World campaign.

The Seven Natural Wonders is a not-for-profit endeavour created to protect the seven natural wonders that have already been established.

Read more...

Web presence created with sweetness from jf