The Fairest Cape Association is an independent, registered non-profit organization (002-892 NPO) with its office in Cape Town. It was founded in 1980 to raise the awareness of the effect of litter in the natural and built environment through anti-litter campaigns and clean ups, in the city, suburbs and at beaches. Contact the Association on through the link previously posted, and see how you can get involved.Continue reading →
The Environmental Justice Networking Forum is a shared resource established over ten years ago to service the common interests of South African non-governmental organisations and community based organisations on issues relating to environmental justice and sustainable development by improving the strategic information and communication functions of participating organisations.
EJNF also provides a common structure through which different South African civil society sectors can explore, strengthen and advocate on environmental justice and sustainable development issues.
Over 300 civil society organisations are the backbone of the networks activities. These organisations include trade unions, civic organisations, environmental and development organisations and youth, women, rural and religious groupings.Continue reading →
The Environmental Education Association of Southern Africa is a voluntary membership based multi-sectoral and multi-organisational association of educators, researchers, policy makers, students and practitioners. The day to day running of the Association is run by a voluntary elected Council, and administered by a secretariat. It is open to all who engage with the relationship between the environment and social processes including politics, economy and development.Continue reading →
The ELA is a non-profit organisation with its main objective to promote and assist in the development and application of environmental law in South Africa. The organisation attracts members from an array of different environmentally-relevant disciplines which results in the ELA being an ideal forum for networking and the sharing of information and knowledge in the field of environmental law. The organization endeavors to keep up with the needs of its members and is therefore open to suggestions and recommendations on the type of assistance that the organisation could offer to its members and to others.Continue reading →