Flagships

A Flagship is an organisation (be it a municipality, NGO or business) that has made more than the usual commitment towards the Green Economy. They have taken up the call towards building an economy that connects the well-being of our environment with the growth of our economy.

Interested organisations submit their proposed projects to 110% Green. Following evaluation they are selected as a 110% Green Flagship project and become part of the dynamic network of Flagship organisations. These Flagships COMMIT to a project, are required to ACT upon this commitment and report on their IMPACT.

110% Green is not an endorsement of a project by the Western Cape Government. Each Flagship project is rather an expression of co-responsibility by participants to contribute to building the Green Economy.

Please note: The Flagship programme is currently not active. 

Filter by:
Clearing of Berg & Breede River To clear 10KM of the Berg river which will give an estimated increase of water to the river systems of 30Ha by the removal of alien biomass and develop biomass product from the removed biomass of an estimated 15,000tons, of which 10,000 tons will be exported and ...
Berg River Dam Project The CWBR commits to implementing the following Projects in the Western Cape: a) Trails Program (An assessment of existing and future trails is well advanced, which cover all non motorised disciplines); b) Tour guide training (the CWBR in conjunction with FGASA has implemented ...
Road to Dignity The CWBR commits to implementing the following projects under the banner of Road to Dignity in the Western Cape: a) Sewrage to trees (closing water and waste cycles within communities has the potential to not only radically reduce pollution of the rivers, but also create jobs, ...
Conservation Awareness Programme The CWBR commits to increasing awareness of the state of the Berg River and other rivers within the CWBR through: a) Waterbirth (the largest painting ever done underwater and enticed large exposure, giving the opportunity to explain the importance of water ...
Crazy Conservation Programme The CWBR commits toL: a) The Drone Program (a drone was fitted with a camera and flown over the Berg River, from the source, monitoring thre various stages of increase pollution levels. It was flown up the tributaries to find the source of this pollution. The University ...
DelVira Sustainable Living Centre The CWBR commits to playing a key role in the set up of the DelVera Sustainable Living Centre that will serve as an educational place about the environment and sustainable living for children in the Western Cape, including a) Green economy business Hatchery Program ...
People Forest The CWBR commits to planting fruit trees in the Winelands area of the Western Cape in the coming year: a) The Nursery project (A tree Propagation Nursery is being set up at DelVera to produce trees internally); b) Communities are being taught how to graft off trees they have been ...
Strandfontein Important Birding Area To submit a formal application to achieve Ramsar status for the False Bay Ecology Park by the end of the calendar year. AND To develop the Southern Birding area of the False Bay Ecology Park to become one of the leading centres of conservation, environmental ...
Invasive Alien Species Clearing Programme Unit for Cape Town The City of Cape Town will seek to establish a unit to facilitate the clearing and elimination of invasive alien biological species on a long term, sustainable basis to maximise socio-economic and environmental benefits to the citizens of ...
Our organisation commits to ensure that 30% of businesses in the Western Cape that measure their carbon footprint, use TREES to offset their carbon footprint. These trees will be donated to municipalities in the Western Cape to assist them to green their communities. These trees will have both an ...