The Western Cape Government is spearheading a number of projects in partnership with various organisations to promote Green Economic activity in the province.

Many projects aim to support and publicise those organisations trying to make the Green Economy ‘business as usual’. This will take place with the purpose of making the Green Economy Work for the Poor.

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The Western Cape Industrial Symbiosis Programme (WISP), a free facilitation service which assists companies to gain value to under-utilised resources has put together an infographic, a nice and easy way to understand how the program works and what the cumulative benefits have been. WISP matches ...
We caught up with BLC1 winners Lumkani, USE-IT and FormulaD to find out how their innovations are beginning to make a real difference in low income communities in the Western Cape and around the country. Lumkani BLC 1 winner Lumkani is a tech start-up and social enterprise with one vision: to ...
Read about our fifth and final Food Forward tour that took place over two days in Cape Town...
Learning about food loss and wastage in the farming and processing of olives and olive oil, dried fruit, and cherries
Find out about the exciting things we saw on the George Food Forward tour!
A wide range of commodities, from citrus to rooibos, made up an interesting two days in the Cederberg Municipality.
An interesting two days was spent in Theewaterskloof learning about food waste reduction at the small and large scale.
The Genius of Place project is based on biomimicry principles of using the genius of nature to solve societal problems.