December 7, 2011

Press Release: Leaked report finds World Bank management failed to consider critical environmental Issues on $3.75 Billion loan to Eskom to build one of the largest coal power plants in the World

groundWork, Earthlife Africa Jhb, Sierra Club Institutions legitimacy in climate finance questioned Wednesday, 7th December 2012 Durban, South Africa: A leaked Inspection Panel (IP) report reveals […]
November 30, 2011

Bankrolling Climate Change Research

NGOs urgewald and BankTrack, along with South Africa organisations groundWork and Earthlife Africa Jhb, have released a report into private banks funding of climate change. Download […]
November 30, 2011

Press Release Bankrolling Climate Change

Press Invite: Thursday, December 1st at 10:30 a.m. in the Kosi Palm room (Level 2) of the ICC Topic: “Bankrolling Climate Change” According to the latest […]
November 28, 2011

CJN!SA Statement and Position on COP17

Download CJN!SA position statement here: CJN!SA Position on COP17 28 Nov 2011 Photos from Earthlife Africa Jhb’s Climate Justice March in JHB, 26th Nov 2011
November 26, 2011

Eskom and Sasol Protest Pics, 25 Nov. 2011

At Eskom and Sasol on the 25th of Nov. 2011 to protest against Sasol and Eskom capture of democratic climate processes. They are the problem and […]
November 28, 2008

Global Day of Climate Action

GLOBAL DAY OF CLIMATE ACTION Earthlife Africa Jhb and Greenhouse Project When: Saturday the 6th December 2008 11am-5pm Where: Alexandra Children‚Äôs Library, 3rd Ave, Alexandra, Jhb […]
November 4, 2008

Press Release: March for Free Basic and Clean Electricity

On Thursday the 30th of October 2008, Earthlife Africa Jhb and the Anti-Privatisation Forum will be marching on the Department of Minerals & Energy, Eskom, and the City of Johannesburg. Communities across Gauteng are protesting to demand a decent, meaningful Free Basic Allocation of electricity and for increased generation of electricity from renewable resources. On Thursday the 30th of October 2008, Earthlife Africa Jhb and the Anti-Privatisation Forum will be marching on the Department of Minerals & Energy, Eskom, and the City of Johannesburg. Communities across Gauteng are protesting to demand a decent, meaningful Free Basic Allocation of electricity and for increased generation of electricity from renewable resources. [...}
October 30, 2008

Press Release: Disappointment in Manuel’s Delay of 2c/kWh Levy on Fossil Fuel Power Generation

Press Release: Disappointment in Manuel’s Delay of 2c/kWh Levy on Fossil Fuel Power Generation Earthlife Africa Jhb 22nd of October 2008 Earthlife Africa Jhb is disappointed […]
September 30, 2008

SUSTAINABLE ENERGY NEWS on EMAIL (SENSE), Number 52: September 2008

Welcome! SENSE is a service of the Energy Policy Unit of the Sustainable Energy and Climate Change Project (SECCP) of Earthlife Africa Johannesburg (ELA Jhb). SENSE […]
September 5, 2008

Press Release: New Research Shows Renewable Energy is the Least-Cost Option

Earthlife Africa Jhb 5th of Sept. 2008 Earthlife Africa Jhb extends an invitation to a public lecture on the potential of Renewable Energy in South Africa. […]
July 31, 2008

Sustainable Energy Briefing: National Energy Bill, July 2008

SE Briefing 16: The long awaited National Energy Bill is currently in front of Parliament, with written submissions due by 18th of July 2008 and verbal […]
July 30, 2008

Press Release: National Energy Bill

Earthlife Africa Jhb 30th of July 2008 Today and tomorrow, the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Minerals and Energy will be hearing verbal submissions on the National […]
June 30, 2008

SUSTAINABLE ENERGY NEWS on EMAIL (SENSE), Number 51: June 2008

Welcome! SENSE is a service of the Energy Policy Unit of the Sustainable Energy and Climate Change Project (SECCP) of Earthlife Africa Johannesburg (ELA Jhb). SENSE […]
June 18, 2008

Press Release: NERSA vs. Eskom, Tariffs for 2008

Earthlife Africa Jhb 18th of June 2008 NERSA‚Äôs ruling (18/06/08) on Eskom‚Äôs recent application for a 60% tariff increases strikes a chord of hope. Vigorous submissions […]