Monitoring & Evaluation
Joburg Climate Legacy
The Sandton Convention
Gauteng Green Projects
Sharing and conserving our birthplace
Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site
Sharing and conserving our origins
An international centre, managed by the Gauteng Department of Agricultuire, Conservation, Environment and Land Affairs (DACEL) has been established at the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site. The centre is a collaboration between two parties: the Palaeoanthropological Unit for Research and Exploration (PURE) at the University of the Witwatersrand and the Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies at the University of Arkansas.Key activities include:
- advanced spatial technology archive, analyse and
Bontle ke Botho: "Being beautiful is being human."
The Bontle ke Botho campaign - to find the cleanest school, ward and town in Gauteng - was run by the provincial government ahead of the Summit. By entering, communities took a conscious decision to keep their environment clean, green and beautiful - and to leave a beautiful legacy for the next generation, well beyond the Summit.
The objective of Bontle ke Botho - and other initiatives - was to change people's relationship with their environment. By targeting the leadership at schools and local government wards, Bontle ke Botho has had a substantial impact on understanding, attitudes, and behaviour.
Our partners: festykarneval.de Onlineshop für Faschings- & Party Artikel