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TREES, ADAPTATION & CLIMATE CHANGE

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At the Earth Summit in Rio 20 years ago, three different conventions emerged, one being the Convention on Climate Change and one on Deforestation, both focussed on carbon dioxide concentration in the atmosphere.
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WATER & ENERGY

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Water is one of the scarcest natural resources on earth. Only 1% of all the water on earth is fit for human consumption and over 2 billion people worldwide do not have access to clean water and over 3,5 million people die, every year, from water-related disease.
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CONSERVATION

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To safeguard our natural resources, spaces and animals takes a longterm commitment and dedication to conserving the fauna and flora that are not able to fight for themselves. Preserving the species that are endemic to specific areas, researching in order to enhance the survival rate of specific plant or animal species and removing alien trees or shrubbery that threaten indigenous vegetation or water flow all add to conservation.
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GLASS & RECYCLING

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Because glass is the only packaging product made from 100% natural raw materials it is chemically “inert” and therefore it is the only packaging material that requires no protective layer between content and container. Glass is impermeable and non-porous, it protects products from degradation keeping them pure and uncontaminated.
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STATIONERY DRIVE

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Our annual Stationery Drive is a highlight on the Miss Earth South Africa calendar. We understand the need for and value of education, which is why, since its inception in 2007, the annual stationery drive has supported schools in Gauteng, Limpopo, KZN and Cape Town.
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MARINE INITIATIVES

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"..an extraordinary extinction of species is taking place all over the world, breaking vital links in the chain of life.

We are aware that most large fish species, including cod, marlin, swordfish and tuna are critically endangered, and huge dead zones are appearing in our oceans; silent places devoid of life.
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