In 2013, Boyan Slat began to question the large volumes of plastic accumulating in our oceans and why no one was doing anything to clean it up. At 16 years old, he began research into potential solutions to effectively recover and remove it

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Eskom to sign up IPPs, but at what cost?
A small town in the Eastern Cape stands up against destructive sand dune mining in their area
Green Bonds – A Growing Green Market
Should Plastic Straws Be Banned?
REDISA Placed in provisional liquidation by the Environmental Minister
Transforming Ex-Mining Communities into Sustainable Farming Communities
City of Cape Town Leads the Charge as Cities Look to Generate Their Own Clean Energy
Fossil fuels: to divest or not to divest?
A Summary of The Nuclear Deal, Why It Failed and What This Means For South Africa.
Good or Bad? – The Legalisation of Rhino Horn Trade in South Africa.
Corruption, Scandal and the Nigerian Oil Fields