South Africa
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points earned by our 459 teams

Children are the Teachers of the Climate Crisis
Posted by Kwa-Ngubeni Primary School, South Africa on 29 October 2019

Our Water Explorers visited Afrox, the gas company to teach them about climate change and we also planted spekboom for them as way to help off-set their impacts. They were very welcoming and they appreciated us coming to them and teaching. They don't have any measures in place for climate change as

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Swap party fundraiser
Posted by Bhekizizwe Primary , South Africa on 24 October 2019
Revisiting our stream and testing again
Posted on 24 October 2019
Mulching saves more
Posted by Bhekizizwe Primary , South Africa on 23 October 2019
Using organic potions to keep pests at bay
Posted by Bhekizizwe Primary , South Africa on 23 October 2019
Collaborative Clean-up
Posted by Bhekizizwe Primary , South Africa on 23 October 2019
Adopting our local stream Kwajonono
Posted by Bhekizizwe Primary , South Africa on 23 October 2019
Measuring and Estimating rainfall in our 13 Jojo tanks
Posted on 22 October 2019
Wetland glory
Posted by Panorama Primary, South Africa on 16 October 2019
Gardening for life
Posted by Panorama Primary, South Africa on 16 October 2019
Greta Thunberg- The voice of reason
Posted by Inzuzwenhle Primary, South Africa on 15 October 2019
How big is your carbonfoot print?
Posted by Khethindlelenhle Primary, South Africa on 15 October 2019
Wetland revival
Posted by Panorama Primary, South Africa on 15 October 2019
Climate change is not for sissies
Posted by Kwa-Ngubeni Primary School, South Africa on 15 October 2019
Making more out of leftovers
Posted on 13 October 2019
Permaculture decorating
Posted on 13 October 2019
Water Savers -using grey water
Posted on 13 October 2019
Trashionistas
Posted on 13 October 2019
Permaculture- waste-free, energy saving, working with nature!
Posted on 13 October 2019
Water Savers fundraiser
Posted on 13 October 2019

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