Agri South Africa (Agri SA) is a South African agricultural industry association, founded in 1904. It is a federal organisation, promoting the interests of its members – which it identifies as the sustainable profitability and stability of commercial agricultural producers and agribusinesses – through its involvement and input in various national and international policy making fora.
Blind Conservation is a 4-part podcast documentary about conservation in South and Southern Africa, focusing on apex predators like sharks and lions. Why are these species facing dwindling numbers, and what impact does this have on humans and animals alike?
Finance for Resilience: Unlocking climate action provides a platform for discussing all things climate finance. CDKN’s climate finance lead hosts lively discussions with experts, practitioners and recipients of climate finance to share their knowledge, experiences and innovative solutions related to financing action to address climate change.
Our episodes focus on emerging, cross-cutting themes and instruments to mobilise and access climate finance, particularly in the Global South, to build resilience globally.
Woolworths presents Food for Thought, with your host, Redi Tlhabi. Discover the big, small and unexpected stories that are gripping the global food community.
We set out to evoke curiosity about the food landscape, as well as to help South Africans understand what they are consuming and why it’s important; by discussing, debating, demystifying and debunking food and its culture.
The podcast about water that might just change your life. For Water For Life tells the extraordinary stories of 12 ordinary women and men who have made it their life's work to protect, preserve and replenish the water supply in their unequal and water-scarce country, South Africa. From indigenous knowledge to cutting edge science, each episode reveals the challenges and insights of these geologists, healers, innovators, farmers, organisers and activists.
Disclaimer: This podcast series is brought to you by JoJo in the interests of conversations around water. The opinions and comments made in the episodes do not necessarily reflect the viewpoints and opinions of JoJo, and we have made every attempt to ensure the reliability of information provided. Products or technologies mentioned will not be brought to market by JoJo.
Snake Rescue with Nick Evans is an adrenalin-fuelled podcast series which follows Nick on his exciting snake rescue adventures in the Greater Durban area. As you'll hear, Durban is home to some of the most dangerous snakes in the world. With a population of over 3.5 million people, and many snakes around, human/snake conflict is a common occurrence, and snakes end up being found in some strange places! It's Nick's job to safely remove these misunderstood animals. There are always challenges and risks involved though. To be part of Nick’s adventures, listen to this podcast.
We are all ocean people. No matter where on Earth we live, the ocean touches every aspect of our lives, from the air we breathe and the climate we experience to the food we eat and the goods we consume. What we do in our daily lives affects the oceans of the world. So there is simply no way to fully understand and appreciate our place on this planet without a deep knowledge of the ocean and our relationship with it. Some aspects of this relationship have shaped the consciousness of coastal peoples for millennia, and it is through this series of podcasts that we explore these themes.
ON TECH THURS DAYS WE LOOK AT PLANTS IN TECHNOLOGY AND A WHOLE RANGE OF UNCOMMON DISCUSSIONS TALKING, THE TECHNOLOGY OF FOOD,S, NATURE ON THE OUTSIDE AND HIGHER PLANT VIBRATIONS IN THE FULLFILLMENT OF THE UNIVERSAL PRIMAL PURPOSE.
Are you interested in understanding how Africa’s climate is changing, what the impacts will be on the continent, and how Africa can better adapt and prepare for climate change? In this podcast series, we will delve into these details through sharing ground-breaking research from the Future Climate for Africa programme. So listen in as we talk about the science, impacts and adaptation options through Africa’s climate change stories...
For more information visit: https://futureclimateafrica.org/.
Future Climate for Africa is funded by the UK Government's Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) and the Natural Environmental Research Council (NERC).