Download the RED Southern Africa Information Pack. The MSCI Green Annual property index is in its 3rd year and continues to provide an independent and consistent comparative return on investment for green certified and non-certified offices. Released in conjunction with the Green Building Council South Africa (GBCSA) and sponsored by Growthpoint […]
Like energy drives movement, so energy from electricity enables economic growth. But South Africa uses more energy to do less when compared to similar developing economies, which means that we burn through much more energy to compete. And as our energy is often very dirty, this increase means the cost we extract from damaging our environment is far too high.
All Capetonians, whether at home or in their places of work or learning, need to take action. Firstly, as an emergency response to prepare for – or ideally avoid – Day Zero, and secondly, to make plans for a long term shift in how we use water. Manfred Braune