Project 90 by 2030 challenges South Africans to reduce their carbon footprint and change the way they live and relate to the environment. This fun stop frame animation was conceived and directed by Daniel Robinson, photographed and edited by Michael Struwig, audio and sound effects by Thulisa Nyathela, Ludwe Mlumbi, Nkosinathi Madyosi and Ongeziwe Nyengane. Read on for about the making of the video …
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EPISODE 3 OF TRANSITION SA: In South Africa there are about 2,5 million households without electricity. First Light – takes a look at a Rural Solar Initiative in KZN South Africa, where 50 impoverished households are fitted with solar lighting kits, many of them receiving electricity for the very first time.
On the 14th of May 2011, 34 students belonging to Project 90 School Environmental Clubs in Gauteng and Kwazulu-Natal attended a Project 90 conference. Here they shared their successes, failures and progress with one another.
EPISODE 5 OF TRANSITION SA: The Johannesburg Zoo is taking their commitment to the environment to the next level and actively greening their operations – demonstrating how smart energy solutions like solar powered golf carts and bio-digestors (which turn food and animal waste into energy), can provide us with a heap of free, clean energy.
Episode 1 – Transition SA: In this episode the The Project 90 team travel to Goedgedacht farm, near Riebeek Kasteel, to help power this community project with solar energy. Goedgedacht is an African based charity that is making a real difference in the two areas most critical to the future of all of us ……helping children to escape poverty and caring for the environment.
Created by student film-maker Michael Struwig, this film shares the visions and ideas of a group students from Project 90 by 2030 environmental school clubs.
The 2nd Changing Lives seminar at UCT’s Centre for Criminology. This series, co- hosted by Project 90 x 2030 and the Centre for Criminology explores our relationship to the environment; and showcases practical projects that are changing lives today and building a secure, sustainable future.Cover image courtesy of NASA Goddard. Explore the series…
Cycling for a cause – bringing mobility and empowerment to communities in need.
This year 97 riders competed in the Red Hill Charity Challenge to raise money for bicycles and training for communities who need mobility. The 29km circuit took riders through some of the most beautiful scenery in the Cape, testing their mettle with steep climbs! Many riders completed over 9 laps (+200km) on the day!
On the 6 November 2009, Robert Zipplies (sustainability expert and editor of Bending the Curve) in partnership with Project 90 by 2030, embarked on an epic 3000km cycle through South Africa to raise awareness about climate change and challenge South Africans to take greater action and reduce their personal carbon emissions.