March 11, 2016

Press Release: Government attempts to undermine legal case against nuclear

Earthlife Africa Johannesburg Press Release: Government attempts to undermine legal case against nuclear For immediate release: Johannesburg, 10 March 2016- Government correspondence provided to Earthlife Africa […]
March 11, 2016
Earthlife Africa Johannesburg commissioned a study by the Energy Research Center at the University of Cape Town to analyze the potential socioeconomic risks of the proposed […]
October 16, 2015
Earthlife Africa Jhb and SAFCEI invite you to a civil society briefing on the court action against nuclear procurement nuclear procurement. Date:    21st of October 2015 […]
December 5, 2014

“PAY MORE WITH NUCLEAR” : Report 4

The report, entitled “Russian Nuclear Industry in Review”, is authored by Russian environmental activist and academic Vladimir Slivyak; and provides an insider view into the workings […]
September 15, 2014

“Pay more with nuclear!!!” series of research reports By Professor Stephen Thomas

The “PAY MORE WITH NUCLEAR” series of research reports by Professor Stephen Thomas of Greenwich University, examines the enormous costs involved in building and operating nuclear […]
September 12, 2014

Press Release: World Expert on Nuclear Economics, Professor Stephen Thomas, Visits South Africa

Earthlife Africa Jhb Johannesburg, 12th of September 2014 Rumours of a new ‘red’, or Russian built, nuclear power station are rife at present in the South […]
May 24, 2014

Press Release: Johannesburg’s Dangerous Air

Jozi Air 10 times above safe limit, according to World Health Organisation [1] Earthlife Africa Jhb, groundWork Date: 09th May 2014 Johannesburg, 09th May 2014- As […]
February 26, 2013

Infographic: Climate Change is Real

Since the Industrial Age spurred the increasing usage of fossil fuels for energy production, the weather has been warming. Despite some naysayers with alternative theories about […]
January 16, 2013

SE Briefing 25: Budgeting & Procurement

The briefing explores two seperate avenues civil societies could look at in order to influence government procurement: (1) the budgetary process that pays for procurement, and […]