The EcoMobility World Festival 2015 is ongoing in Johannesburg, South Africa, but the first week has already brought plenty of excitement and news. Here are some of our highlights! Festival Voices Our team on the ground has been interviewing residents and visitors to Sandton to find out what they think of the Festival. Follow the
We conducted a series of interviews at our Resilient Cities 2015 congress. Here, Sean O’Donoghue (Manager, Climate Protection Branch, eThekwini Municipality/Durban, South Africa) discusses the importance of regional partnerships for adaptation.
With a population of 2.5 million, the Durban Metropolitan Area (DMA) is the largest port on the east coast of Africa. While it is a typical South African city in terms of the legacy left from racial planning and institutions, it is distinctive in terms of language, ethnic and racial mix, and political make-up. As
Where once stood the compound of the proud Zulu king Shaka, now live the 250,000 inhabitants of KwaDukuza Municipality. One of the two Urban-LEDS model cities in South Africa, KwaDukuza has so far been very active in forging a path to sustainability, striving to be an environmentally sustainable municipality that anticipates, manages and reduces its