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Kyoto Protocol must not die in Durban
24 November 2011 - KwaZulu-Natal Premier Zweli Mkhize says Durban must not be the place where the Kyoto Protocol dies and is buried.

PetroSA gets green light for Project Ikhwezi
22 November 2011 - National oil company PetroSA has received environmental authorisation for Project Ikhwezi, which is aimed at sustaining the life of the Mossel Bay gas-to-liquid refinery.

SOEs to get climate change policy
17 November 2011 - A climate change policy framework for state-owned enterprises (SOEs) is expected to be launched ahead COP17.

Climate change could reverse SA's development gains
17 November 2011 - Climate change and its impact have the potential to reverse the development gains achieved since the dawn of democracy, says Water and Environmental Affairs Deputy Minister, Rejoice Mabudafhasi.

IMT, SA Navy host False Bay feedback meeting
15 November 2011 - The Institute for Maritime Technology (IMT), in conjunction with the South African Navy's Environmental Office hosted a public feedback meeting discussing various environmental activities undertaken in False Bay

Common strategy needed to fight piracy
15 November 2011 - A common approach is needed among Indian Ocean Rim countries to combat challenges relating to maritime transport safety and security.

SA Agulhas on pre- COP17 voyage
13 November 2011 - The Department of Environmental and Water Affairs has released South Africa's polar research and supply vessel - the SA Agulhas - on a symbolic ten-day climate change voyage ahead of COP17 in Durban.

SA hopes for fair deal at COP17
10 November 2011 - International Relations and Cooperation Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane says South Africa will aim for a fair deal at the upcoming COP17 climate change conference in Durban.

Zuma urges South Africans to support COP17
10 November 2011 - President Jacob Zuma and Cabinet have called on the nation to warmly welcome the thousands of delegates set to attend the upcoming COP17 climate change conference in Durban.

Palestine voted into UNESCO
02 November 2011 - The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) has voted to admit Palestine as a full member of the Paris-based agency.

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