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Better Business PodcastsThe latest in sustainability news and how to make your business better. Thought leadership opinion and commentary from Kevin James (Sustainability Strategist, Futurist) and interviews with South African professionals and experts. Stay ahead of the curve through industry insights to be revealed on the show.More audio and video can be found on www.gcxafrica.co.za and as podcasts through iTunes.

Latest Episodes

Roll Array Solar Energy Technology - Radio 2000 - 23 March 2016

Renovagen, a solar energy company from the UK has developed the Roll Array, a high powered Solar PV (Photo Voltaic, powered by sunlight) type of carpet. It is a completely flexible, easy to transport, all in one microgrid.

2 MIN2016 MAR 30
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Roll Array Solar Energy Technology - Radio 2000 - 23 March 2016

Fossil Fuel Addiction – It’s time to move on! - Radio 2000 - 23 March 2016

As we all know we have inherited fossil fuels as the life blood of the global economy. Since the beginning of the industrial revolution which started in the late 18th century, the fossil fuel –namely the “oil and coal economy” started to emerge.

3 MIN2016 MAR 30
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Fossil Fuel Addiction – It’s time to move on! - Radio 2000 - 23 March 2016

Warka Water innovation - Radio 2000 - 9 March 2016

Available drinking water is something many of us take for granted, for some it is a challenging part of life that takes up many hours of precious time. Millions of people in developing countries struggle finding safe drinking water.

2 MIN2016 MAR 30
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Warka Water innovation - Radio 2000 - 9 March 2016

Worlds First Pork Abattoir Waste to Energy Project coming to Cape Town - Radio 2000 - 9 March 2016

A world first, one of South Africa’s biggest pork abattoirs based in Cape Town has been given the green light to convert all of its waste to a biogas facility.

2 MIN2016 MAR 30
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Worlds First Pork Abattoir Waste to Energy Project coming to Cape Town - Radio 2000 - 9 March 2016

Unsustainable Coffee Pods - Radio 2000 - 24 Feb 2016

Coffee pods have changed the way we drink coffee. This tasty convenience, however, has an unsustainable downside being that the pods themselves are not recycled after use. European market leader Keurig brand’s K-Cup has particularly come under fire.

2 MIN2016 MAR 8
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Unsustainable Coffee Pods - Radio 2000 - 24 Feb 2016

What is wellbeing? - Radio 2000 - 24 Feb 2016

GDP (Gross Domestic Product) remains the main benchmark for countries measuring their success. In recent years new and alternative measures have been developed to measure societal success.

3 MIN2016 MAR 8
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What is wellbeing? - Radio 2000 - 24 Feb 2016

The Body Shop’s use of reusable plastic packaging - Radio 2000 - 10 Feb 2016

The technology of using captured greenhouse gasses from the air to make plastic polymers was developed by California startup Newlight Technologies and used commercially by Dell Computers on its laptop sleeve covers.

2 MIN2016 FEB 26
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The Body Shop’s use of reusable plastic packaging - Radio 2000 - 10 Feb 2016

Stephen Hawking insights on the latest human advancements - Radio 2000 - 10 Feb 2016

A lot has happened since the 74 year old highly acclaimed physicist and cosmologist Professor Stephen Hawking’s quoted in 1988 that “We are just an advanced breed of monkeys on a minor planet of a very average star. But we can understand the Universe.

2 MIN2016 FEB 26
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Stephen Hawking insights on the latest human advancements - Radio 2000 - 10 Feb 2016

Proposed development on the Cape Flats Aquifer - Radio 2000 - 4 Feb 2016

The Philippi Horticultural Area (PHA) on the Cape Flats has become a scene of controversy regarding new proposed developments on the sensitive farmland/wetland catchment area of the Cape Flats Aquifer. The Cape Flats Aquifer is a massive integrated groundwater system which is estimated to be 630km2 - enough to supply a third of the City of Cape Town’s freshwater supply.

5 MIN2016 FEB 10
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Proposed development on the Cape Flats Aquifer - Radio 2000 - 4 Feb 2016

Plastic bottle houses of Nigeria - Radio 2000 - 27 Jan 2016

In rural parts of Nigeria several communities have started building houses made from empty plastic bottles collected for free. The process is as follow: 1) bottles are collected, 2) filled up with soil and compacted, 3) the bottles are then stacked and layered on each other with clay, 4) the necks of the bottles are secured and connected with string 5) followed by a final layer of clay.

2 MIN2016 FEB 3
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Plastic bottle houses of Nigeria - Radio 2000 - 27 Jan 2016

Latest Episodes

Roll Array Solar Energy Technology - Radio 2000 - 23 March 2016

Renovagen, a solar energy company from the UK has developed the Roll Array, a high powered Solar PV (Photo Voltaic, powered by sunlight) type of carpet. It is a completely flexible, easy to transport, all in one microgrid.

2 MIN2016 MAR 30
Comments
Roll Array Solar Energy Technology - Radio 2000 - 23 March 2016

Fossil Fuel Addiction – It’s time to move on! - Radio 2000 - 23 March 2016

As we all know we have inherited fossil fuels as the life blood of the global economy. Since the beginning of the industrial revolution which started in the late 18th century, the fossil fuel –namely the “oil and coal economy” started to emerge.

3 MIN2016 MAR 30
Comments
Fossil Fuel Addiction – It’s time to move on! - Radio 2000 - 23 March 2016

Warka Water innovation - Radio 2000 - 9 March 2016

Available drinking water is something many of us take for granted, for some it is a challenging part of life that takes up many hours of precious time. Millions of people in developing countries struggle finding safe drinking water.

2 MIN2016 MAR 30
Comments
Warka Water innovation - Radio 2000 - 9 March 2016

Worlds First Pork Abattoir Waste to Energy Project coming to Cape Town - Radio 2000 - 9 March 2016

A world first, one of South Africa’s biggest pork abattoirs based in Cape Town has been given the green light to convert all of its waste to a biogas facility.

2 MIN2016 MAR 30
Comments
Worlds First Pork Abattoir Waste to Energy Project coming to Cape Town - Radio 2000 - 9 March 2016

Unsustainable Coffee Pods - Radio 2000 - 24 Feb 2016

Coffee pods have changed the way we drink coffee. This tasty convenience, however, has an unsustainable downside being that the pods themselves are not recycled after use. European market leader Keurig brand’s K-Cup has particularly come under fire.

2 MIN2016 MAR 8
Comments
Unsustainable Coffee Pods - Radio 2000 - 24 Feb 2016

What is wellbeing? - Radio 2000 - 24 Feb 2016

GDP (Gross Domestic Product) remains the main benchmark for countries measuring their success. In recent years new and alternative measures have been developed to measure societal success.

3 MIN2016 MAR 8
Comments
What is wellbeing? - Radio 2000 - 24 Feb 2016

The Body Shop’s use of reusable plastic packaging - Radio 2000 - 10 Feb 2016

The technology of using captured greenhouse gasses from the air to make plastic polymers was developed by California startup Newlight Technologies and used commercially by Dell Computers on its laptop sleeve covers.

2 MIN2016 FEB 26
Comments
The Body Shop’s use of reusable plastic packaging - Radio 2000 - 10 Feb 2016

Stephen Hawking insights on the latest human advancements - Radio 2000 - 10 Feb 2016

A lot has happened since the 74 year old highly acclaimed physicist and cosmologist Professor Stephen Hawking’s quoted in 1988 that “We are just an advanced breed of monkeys on a minor planet of a very average star. But we can understand the Universe.

2 MIN2016 FEB 26
Comments
Stephen Hawking insights on the latest human advancements - Radio 2000 - 10 Feb 2016

Proposed development on the Cape Flats Aquifer - Radio 2000 - 4 Feb 2016

The Philippi Horticultural Area (PHA) on the Cape Flats has become a scene of controversy regarding new proposed developments on the sensitive farmland/wetland catchment area of the Cape Flats Aquifer. The Cape Flats Aquifer is a massive integrated groundwater system which is estimated to be 630km2 - enough to supply a third of the City of Cape Town’s freshwater supply.

5 MIN2016 FEB 10
Comments
Proposed development on the Cape Flats Aquifer - Radio 2000 - 4 Feb 2016

Plastic bottle houses of Nigeria - Radio 2000 - 27 Jan 2016

In rural parts of Nigeria several communities have started building houses made from empty plastic bottles collected for free. The process is as follow: 1) bottles are collected, 2) filled up with soil and compacted, 3) the bottles are then stacked and layered on each other with clay, 4) the necks of the bottles are secured and connected with string 5) followed by a final layer of clay.

2 MIN2016 FEB 3
Comments
Plastic bottle houses of Nigeria - Radio 2000 - 27 Jan 2016
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