Our Media Conference was ‘the bomb’! The whole school is talking YouThinkGreen now. Click here to find more pictures of the event. Click here to watch the OneAfrica Television News about the event.
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Thomas Stille, a German sound designer, currently working in Namibia and a fan of our initiative, has designed a custom made Jingle for our Radio Show on NBC. To listen to it, click Jingle. Jingle Isn’t it awesome? Thank you, Thomas for the great work!
Thanks to the press release distributed by the German Embassy in Namibia the following article was published in the Namibian press today (Allgemeine Zeitung, 9 May 2012).
Unpacking action at Maerua Super Spar On Saturday 10March, our Jugend denkt um Welt group along with the FNB Global United FC 2012 Climate Kick and the Recycling Forum of Namibia (RNF) hosted an unpacking action at Super Spar. We were fully armed with lots of information and astounding facts to share with fellow consumers. Basically this whole event was … Continue reading
Report by Undji Usurua and Sonia Namadiko Introduction On Thursday the 1st March the “JugenddenktUm.welt” group received an informative visit from Mr. Wolfgang Schenk. He is the administrator at the Recycling Namibia Forum (RNF). RNF is a company that helps companies to promote the three R’s (Recycle, Re-use and Reduce). Some sponsors of the forum are Enviro-Fill, Namibian Breweries, Namibian … Continue reading
THE landfill sites in Windhoek are filling rapidly but residents help by recycling their refuse. So far 26 625 clear bags with a weight of 114 390 kg of recyclables have been collected in Windhoek by Rent A Drum. Read up about all the details here.
Of the 100 largest economies in the world, 51 are corporations; only 49 are countries (based on a comparison of corporate sales and country GDPs). The people who run corporations dodge taxes. In fact, corporate tax dodging has gone so out of control that 25 major U.S. corporations paid their chief executives more than they paid in federal income taxes … Continue reading
The fascinating Happy Planet Index, or HPI, evaluates countries based on 3 components: their level of health, level of well-being and rate of resource consumption. The Index doesn’t reveal the ‘happiest’ country in the world. It shows the relative efficiency with which nations convert the planet’s natural resources into long and happy lives for their citizens. As you can see … Continue reading
“Is this how accurately the press works in Namibia?” Environmental Awareness Group responds to outrageous article in Windhoek Observer On Friday, October 21, the news editor of the Windhoek Observer, Mr. Andreas Thomas, published an article entitled ‘Climate change a business?’. This outrageous and faulty article upset the Environmental Awareness Group at the DHPS so deeply, that we wrote a … Continue reading