It’s a Wednesday and time for our weekly feature, Going Green.
Tonight we’re looking at the fate of a group of Flamingos in South Africa. Birdlife South Africa has been involved in the conservation of Lesser Flamingos at Kimberley’s Kamfers Dam which could run dry in a matter of weeks. The population is also threatened by a proposed massive housing development. To discuss we’re joined by Birdlife South Africa’s CEO, Mark Anderson.
- 1.The Lost Girls Of South Africa (Emmy Nominated Documentary)
- 2.Skin bleaching scandal in South Africa | Unreported World
- 3.Hope’s Story: Saving the Survivors
- 4.Rhino Rescue Project: Horn Infusion In The Sabi Sand Wildtuin
- 5.Africa Cries – Albina Hume The Rhino Lady On The Biggest Rhino Sanctuary In The World
- 6.Rhino farm owner John Hume shares his story
- 7.We have to legalise trade in rhino horn: John Hume at TEDxJohannesburg
- 8.Inside the Black Market Sale of Jaguar Parts | National Geographic
- 9.Zebra Saved From Deadly Snare Hold
- 10.Fracking Hell? – South Africa’s Gas Dilemma
- 11.Countdown to Day Zero: Cape Town’s Water Crisis
- 12.Day Zero: how Cape Town stopped the taps running dry
- 13.How Cape Town’s Residents Are Surviving the Water Crisis—For Now | National Geographic
- 14.GOING GREEN: Conservation of Kimberly flamingos – Mark Anderson