The Sustainable Energy and Climate Change Project seek a just transition to renewable energy and a low-carbon economy. The SECCP works to promote local and global environmental and social justice on sustainable energy and climate change issues, by changing policies and behaviour through building the awareness and capacity of civil society and government, to achieve an equitable future with respect for all. The SECCP is a campaign within Earthlife Africa Jhb.

December 2, 2010

Press Release: Earthlife Africa Jhb Activists Arrested

EARTHLIFE AFRICA (JOHANNESBURG) PRESS ALERT!! 14 MEMBERS OF EARTHLIFE ILLEGALLY ARRESTED FOR PICKETING AT DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY’S IRP2 PUBLIC HEARINGS IN MIDRAND (Thursday 2nd December 2010: […]
November 25, 2010

Press Release: Women Disgusted at IRP2010

Press Release The Women, Energy and Climate Change Forum will have a demonstration/picket Thursday the 25th November 2010 at the Department of Energy offices in Tshwane  […]
September 15, 2010

Press release: Civil society groups call on government to urgently address big issues on energy

Press release: Civil society groups call on government to urgently address big issues on energy 15 September 2010 The Energy Caucus, civil society organisations concerned with […]
September 3, 2010

Civil society rejects state secrecy law

Civil society rejects state secrecy law Right2Know 31 August 2010 Right2Know campaign calls for amendments to Protection of Information Bill Right2Know Campaign Let the truth be […]
August 5, 2010

Gender, Energy and Climate Change Statement

CONFERENCE ON WOMEN IN ENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE HOSTED BY EARTHLIFE AFRICA JOHANNESBURG 5 AUGUST 2010 Energy and climate change have often been viewed as an […]
August 4, 2010

PRESS RELEASE: CONFERENCE, WOMEN IN ENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE

PRESS RELEASE: CONFERENCE, WOMEN IN ENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE 5th AUGUST 2010 Earthlife Africa Jhb As we commemorate Women’s day on 9th August, we are reminded of […]
July 1, 2010

DoE’s Attempt to define the next 50 years: IRP2

The Department of Energy is planning the next fifty years of our future electricity generation choices in the space of five months. One month of planning […]
April 7, 2010

PRESS RELEASE: South Africans say “no” to Eskom coal

Project-affected communities take their case to the World Bank Inspection Panel 6 April 2010 | Washington, DC Community members from South Africa’s Limpopo Province filed a […]
March 8, 2010

Free Basic Electricity Research Launched

Download this report: Free Basic Electricity Research March 2010 The Report assesses the 50kWh of free basic electricity suggested by Government for poor households. The rationale […]