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Counting days to SAEON Summit

The deadline for abstracts has been extended...

Antarctic meltdown

Dr Kim Bernard highlights the knock-on effects of climate change in the Western Antarctica Peninsula...

In the wake of the World Cup

SAEON’s MD Johan Pauw reflects on the ‘One Goal: Education for All’ campaign, and SAEON’s commitment to playing a positive role in support of the national education system...

Sparking a passion for science

Dr Nicky Allsopp was invited to present on SAEON at ESOF 2010, a forum which aims to strengthen the links between science and society...

Government acts to protect South Africa’s grasslands

Grasslands in South Africa produce the bulk of water needed to sustain human life and underpin economic growth...

SAEON supports National Science week to highlight the role of science in economic development

The objective of National Science Week is to expose the public, educators and learners to science-based careers...

Interactive globe shows learners the wonders of our planet

The Magic Planet Digital Video Globe is an ideal tool to accelerate the integration of environmental sciences into the school science curriculum...

SAEON devotes 67+ minutes to community service on Mandela Day

SAEON’s Egagasini Node celebrated Madiba Day with Grade 8 learners to expose them to marine sciences...

SAEON primes teachers to develop scientific enquiry skills in learners

Learners will be taught how to track weather-related data on a continuous basis, and record daily variations in wind speed and direction...

Landscape Ecologist joins SAEON’s Ndlovu Node

George Chirima aims to put his expertise in spatial modelling to good use in monitoring long-term environmental trends...

Leazill brings wealth of experience to SAEON HR

SAEON’s new HR Practitioner aims to enable the node staff to focus on their work unencumbered by HR issues...

The new face of SAEON’s Graduate Student Network Committee

Meet the new committee on GSN Day at the SAEON Summit...

Grassland Society Congress generates great discourse

The congress presented an array of issues vital to humanity’s understanding of the environment...

Fish-eating birds are disappearing along the Olifants River in Kruger Park

The Endangered Wildlife Trust says the dwindling number of fish-eating bird species along the river is worrying...

SAEON in the media

SAEON staff, students and projects featured in the media...
“The preservation of biodiversity is not just a job for governments... every individual has a role to play.” - Kofi Annan, former UN Secretary General
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