Water Wars

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Water Wars

The year is 2030, and the effects of climate change are felt across the world. 47 per cent of the world’s population live in areas of high water stress.

In South Africa, a few remaining farmers fight to defend the last reservoirs of this scarce resource and protect our future…

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Food. Water. Energy. For All. Forever

WWF “We live in a world of more, yet we could live in a world of enough – a world where
there’s enough food, water and energy for everyone”.

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Global Wheeling Trailer

One Man, one bicycle, 40 countries, 4 continents – an environmental pilgrimage to highlight the bike as a positive tool in the battle against climate change. Watch the trailer created for an upcoming documentary on South African solo adventurer Kayden Kleinhans’ epic bicycle journey around the world all in the name of carbon reduction and environmental awareness.

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Pablo Solon: Occupy movement is a source of hope

Pablo Solon, former lead negotiator of Bolivia, speaks to OneClimate at an Occupy COP17 ‘General Assembly’ meeting outside the UN Climate Talks in Durban, South Africa.

Sea Change

Espidose 6 Transition SA: The Two Oceans Aquarium, Cape Town, is passionate about inspiring in its visitors a love of and respect for the oceans and educating them about the issues of climate change and pollution. In 2011, together with Project 90 x 2030 they embarked on a truly ground breaking project – to become a green energy demonstration site and install the first grid tied wind and solar PV system in the City of Cape Town. This project is set to change the way we view energy generation and hopefully lead the way for similar green energy projects in the city.

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Eastern Arc Mountains Refuge

While working with different communities in eastern and southern Africa, ResourceAfrica UK has produced a number of short documentaries depicting the local perspective on climate change. Tanzania is already experiencing the impacts of climate change. The Eastern Arc Mountains remain as a natural refuge to some of these changes.

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The World Has Malaria

While working with different communities in eastern and southern Africa, ResourceAfrica UK has produced a number of short documentaries depicting the local perspective on climate change.

By using interviews, drama scenes and animation the film showcases climate change experiences by communities in northern Tanzania, aims to explain the causes of climate change, and presents some adaptation options and future strategies. The Maa language version is targeting Maasai communities in Tanzania and Kenya.

ResourceAfrica UK ClimateConscious Shorts.

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Cape Town’s Climate Smart Campaign

When it comes to addressing climate change, the time for action has long since arrived. The climate is changing, and we each must do what we can to mitigate and adapt to these changes. Climate Smart Cape Town is a campaign to help residents of Cape Town learn about climate change and how they can take action, as well as to learn about the actions already being taken by the City of Cape Town and other leading public and private sector organisations to mitigate and adapt to climate change.

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Moving Planet – September 24th, 2011: A Day to Move Beyond Fossil Fuels

On the 24th September join Moving Planet a worldwide rally to demand solutions to the climate crisis. Visit www.moving-planet.org to find out more.

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Hour 18: Climate Reality Durban

Jeunesse Park gives a presentation in Durban for 24 hours of Reality a worldwide event to broadcast the reality of the climate crisis.