Plastic can take up to 1 000 years to degrade. Even if we stop using it now, it will still be around for at least another 12 generations. Makes you think, doesn’t it?
Greenpop, Cape Town’s coolest tree planting and environment organisation, is doing it again. They’re taking 5000 trees to Zambia to plant at schools, subsistence farms and in reforestation sites and you can help to make it happen.
Exchanging smiles with the people you meet on your travels can be the catalyst that turns an average trip into an unforgettable one. This group of Spanish doctors took the idea of giving and receiving smiles to a literal extreme on their recent mobile dental safari through Zimbabwe.
Have you ever wanted to get more out of your holiday than just lazing on the beach? Marine voluntourism may be the answer.
A rarely seen phenomenon captured on video: Dolphin Stampede!
Project Luangwa will be taking place from 15 December 2012 to 5 January 2013 and you are invited to join the expedition.
During my week at Greenpop’s Trees for Zambia reforestation and conservation education project in Livingstone I smiled solidly for seven days. Here are ten reasons why I think tree-planters are such a happy bunch.
It was the first Friday of the Trees for Zambia reforestation and conservation education project in Livingstone - a good day to plant 1000 trees.
After an awesome start to Greenpop's Trees for Zambia reforestation and conservation education project, things only got better.