Do you want to object to the Sasol/ENI offshore drilling off KZN, but are unsure how to, or what needs to be in the objection? Use this template to help structure your objection. TEMPLATE_Sasol EIA Application_Oct 2018 The template provides … Continue Reading Help! Place your Public Objection before 8 November
OCEANS NOT OIL meets with PETROLEUM AGENCY SOUTH AFRICA, Oct 2018 The EIA process is failing in its obligation … Continue Reading The Environmental Impact Assessment process is failing to protect ocean life
The South Durban Community Environmental Alliance (SDCEA) together with the community of KZN will be hosting Petroleum Agency South Africa (PASA) to engage on the up-and-coming offshore oil and gas exploration. Show your support and voice your concerns as a resident, … Continue Reading Say no to Offshore Oil and Gas exploration in KZN – 26 October 2018 – Durban
An enormous victory within South African conservation and environmental quarters where cabinet has approved declaration of 20 of the proposed Marine Protected Areas. An extract from the Cabinet Meeting Statement reads: B. Cabinet decisions 9. Cabinet has approved the declaration of … Continue Reading Cabinet Approves 20 new Marine Protected Areas for South Africa!
Apart from an accident occurring during the exploration for oil and gas off the KZN coastline, the actual operation itself … Continue Reading What are the environmental impacts of the offshore exploration drilling in KZN expected to be?
The Daily News published an article today making reference to Oceans Not Oil. Unfortunately the article did not articulate that Oceans Not Oil acknowledges the value and importance of the Marine Spatial Planning Bill. The full presentation can be found … Continue Reading Press release – Marine Spatial Planning Bill.
Khalid Mather, Durban based marine biologist and conservationist, confronts the KZN Environmental Portfolio Committee during the Marine Spatial Planning Bill public hearing.
Janet Solomon posed pertinent questions and comments to the Portfolio Committee on the Marine Spatial Planning Bill. It is clear that the Bill is of value and importance to the blue economy of South Africa, but the Bill requires a … Continue Reading Oceans Not Oil tackles Marine Spatial Planning Bill
27 July 2018 Post by: WaveWarrior Whale populations around the world have been spouting their thanks to the dedication of … Continue Reading Where do whales go? (Seismic Surveys)
June 2018 The Minister of Environmental Affairs recently responded to a Parliamentary Question related to reconnaissance permits/seismic surveys without environmental authorisation. It seems that DEA has committed to ensuring that seismic surveys are a included as a listed activity, requiring … Continue Reading Seismic Surveys reaches the Parliament agenda
Trail Magazine July/August/September issue 2018
Sunday Tribune 27 May 2018 Oceans Not Oil commends WildOceans for its ‘Only This Much’ campaign, which will highlight the fact that scientists are recommending a 30% Marine Protection to buffer against manmade biosphere damage including climate change, DEA committed … Continue Reading Oceans Not Oil commends WildOceans
SAfm radio news May 17, 2018 ONO’s Janet Solomon posed the following questions to Jon Harris, Sasol’s Executive Vice President:Upstream : I am here representing the coalition Oceans Not Oil and will be speaking for our ocean today especially in … Continue Reading Oceans Not Oil takes on Sasol
Unknown to many living in South Africa, the Department of Mineral Resources (DMR) has signed away the soul of the East Coast.
Newspaper Article: Sunday Tribune March 18, 2018 By Khalid Mather Despite 2013 being a painful year for many South Africans as we laid Madiba to rest, the background machinations of the DMR would only be unearthed years later as residents … Continue Reading Unknown to many living in South Africa, the Department of Mineral Resources (DMR) has signed away the soul of the East Coast.
The Mercury, October 6 2017, pg7 Phakisa is a regressive step against Climate Change Policy gains in South Africa by Samuel Chademana and Charley Joseph The South African government’s state of policy contradictions as exhibited between its international climate change … Continue Reading Opinion piece on Operation Phakisa