“…it is my hope that this … will steer us away from the dangerous course of business-as usual,…”
Prof Edward O Wilson
“This is the kind of projection of science to the public we need worldwide to save biodiversity”
“It was 1946….the University of Cambridge….And we were not allowed to dream about Gondwana”
I endorse the ideals of Gondwana Alive because it approaches, as I see it, the very core of two concerns most dear to me – the children of today’s world and the children of tomorrow’s world”
“We are endangering the future of life on earth. The Gondwana Alive project calls us to take action before it is utterly too late.”
HRH Prince Charles
“…the Gondwana Alive project…gives us cause to think more carefully about the potential consequences of our actions…”
The Dalai Lama
“…it is more important than ever that each of us makes whatever effort we can to ensure the protection, restoration, and replenishment of our environment and its inhabitants.”
“The Gondwana Alive project is an importation and timely contribution to raising awareness, and I hope that it will stimulate fresh actions worldwide to stem the unreasonable and irresponsible activities of our species.”
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#ThoughtfulThursday #Sustainability #KeepGondwanaAlive Human beings as we know them today are the one species with the cognitive ability to prevent our own extinction. Why is it then that we are busy wiping out not only our own life support system but also that of the...
Sustainability is the Art of working with Wholes Ever hurt your foot and start limping only to have the rest of you start hurting? Its a good reminder that everything is connected, and that we need to work with the connectivity between things. We need to ask ourselves...
Dr John Anderson has been awarded Honorary Lifetime Membership of the PSSA (Paleontology Society of Southern Africa). John's passion for his field of study and his love for Keeping Gondwana Alive have always been evident to anyone who knows him. Read more about...
BRK Land & Livestock Adaptation Project Report by Douglas Engelbrecht & Amanda Cloete, 14 Augustus, 2017 Goeie dag, my naam is Douglas Engelbrecht Ek woon in Leliefontein in die Kamiesberge van Namakwaland Ons gemeenskap boer...
Sivuyile kaNtlabeni’s Story by Mandlakazi Mgwebi Sivuyile is a young father of two, living in an informal settlement in Khayelitsha in the City Cape Town, South Africa. He lives with his wife and his two children. He moved with his family from the Eastern Cape...
By Dr Tracey Phillips Marentia Meisenheimer is a young single mother of 4 living in Leliefontein – a remote rural farming community in Namaqualand, South Africa. In December last year she started working as a local coordinator for the SGF climate change adaptation...