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Following a series of interviews with workers, contractors, landowners and implementers involved, the evaluators found that the project had a vast social impact on the landscape.
Regenerative Space has developed a cellphone-based survey tool in an effort to obtain up-to-date data on the distribution of invasive alien plants in the greater Overberg. The Alien Plant Spotter Survey Tool (APSST) Version 01 is really easy to use.
For 19 years, the Whale Coast Conservation (WCC) has launched environmental interventions to
For the past 30 years, the WWF Nedbank Green Trust has funded projects helping to solve some of South Africa’s greatest societal and environmental challenges.
As such, ABI is launching a revisioning process – that will ensure the ABI partnership (including our past, present and new partners) work together to create a better Overberg.
The ABI Annual General Meeting brings together a range of partners including farmers and landowners, tourism operators, municipalities, environmental educators, nature conservation
Why should the Overberg landscape be managed collaboratively? A recent study has assessed the role the Agulhas Biodiversity Initiative is playing across the Overberg as a landscape initiative.
Landowners and others with invasive alien plants on their Overberg property can make the most of this green economic opportunity. The ABI Green Economy theme is looking to
‘It’s a very exciting initiative as it takes cross-sectoral collaboration to the scale required to manage large landscapes and partnerships collectively.”
A new pilot project in the Overberg aims to use invasive alien trees – and convert them into wood pellets for heating fuel. The project is being driven by the Agulhas Biodiversity Initiative, as
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Located around the most southerly tip of Africa, the Overberg region is the showcase of some of the most beautiful landscapes.