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Environment Digest 21

The USA’s renewed commitments to international climate efforts The United States of America has for a very long time been the unrivalled global political-economic superpower, and this has far-reaching implications for the global community. Its political-economic status enables it to influence international trade and markets, as well as the regulations, laws and institutions that govern […]

Environment Digest

The ongoing power crisis and questionable interventions: where do our priorities lie? Following the easing of the COVID-19 lockdown restrictions for most businesses and operations during level 3, Eskom warned about the return of loadshedding. This was due to the unreliability and unpredictability of the grid, as alluded to by Eskom’s group CEO, Mr Andre […]

Environment Digest 18

Eskom and the future of power supply Eskom’s debt burden continues to be a challenge, and one of the economy’s biggest threats, as the utility struggles to improve its financial performance due to a number of reasons, including continuous decline in demand for electricity. https://www.news24.com/fin24/economy/eskom/eskom-aims-to-cut-its-debt-load-by-more-than-half-to-r200bn-20200521   Read the full digest: Environment digest 18 180620