By South Durban Community Environmental Alliance SDCEA| 2017-07-13T07:10:16+00:00 August 8th, 2016|Energy & Climate Change|Comments Off on sustainable energy community workshop – 24th August 2016
A view from the outside Unity, Diversity, Sharing of Knowledge and Great Comradery of the World’s People as They Gathered in Paris for Alternative Civil Society Group during COP21Desmond D’Sa Despite the increase of security in Paris and the dark cloud looming after the attacks, French Civil Society as well as those who travelled to the COP [...]
Bringing light to the nuclear energy secrecyThe South Durban Community Environmental Alliance (SDCEA) hosted a Nuclear energy seminar on the 3rd September 2015 at the Austerville Community Hall at 5pm. Mr. Vladimir Slavyak was the key speaker. Vladimir is a senior lecturer on Environmental Policy at the Russian National Research University and is also a [...]
WHAT DANGERS DOES THE NUCLEAR ENERGY POSE FOR THE PEOPLE OF SOUTH DURBAN & SOUTH AFRICA Due to the current energy crisis South Africa is faced with, the Department of Energy has confirmed its ambition to build 6 – 8 Nuclear power plants along the South African coastlines. One proposed location is the Durban Old [...]
Logistic park at the Clairwood Racecourse Site and a mention of a nuclear plant on the Old Durban International Airport Site…. What’s next for South Durban?
Logistics park at the Clairwood Racecourse Site and now a mention of a nuclear plant on the old Durban International Airport Site…what’s next for South Durban? The Clairwood Racecourse Action Committee (CRAC) will be hosting a mass community meeting to discuss the developments that have been proposed for South Durban and the ramifications these developments [...]