We are a 20 year partnership programme aimed at uniting government and civil society in a strategy to conserve and restore the biodiversity of the Cape Floristic Region and the adjacent marine environment, while delivering significant benefits to the people of the region. The Cape Action for People and the Environment (CAPE) partnership is coordinated through the South African National Biodiversity Institute and its Fynbos Programme.
The first week of February was humming as people across the world gathered to celebrate World Wetlands Day. The theme for 2014 was 'Wetlands and... Two South African cities have been selected as finalists in the 2014 WWF Earth Hour City Challenge, a global competition that recognises the substantial... On 28 January 2014, three CAPE partners launched the “Restore the Roodeberg Campaign”, on site at Roodeberg, Kommetjie Road. The Table Mountain...