What do we do?

We run activities within Green Corridors projects and schools, and support the growth of networking in Durban, to provide people with information, awareness and connections for adapting and building resilience in the face of changing times, environmental loss, disasters and climate change. Schools, businesses, industry bodies  and the public participate in clean up events, and litter boom demonstrations are given in schools. FGASA-qualified nature guides provide broad and thematic information to school learners and visitors to GC tourism sites.

How do we do this?

Green Corridors collaborates with numerous municipal departments including Parks, Cleansing and Solid Waste, Water and Sanitation and also the provincial Department of Basic Education and EDTEA to run programmes in schools, clean up and other environmental calendar events.

We  also provides support for the establishment and strengthening of the eThekwini Environmental Education And Public Awareness Network (EEPAN), with funding from a project under the Bremen (Germany) to Durban partnership.

Where do we do it?

Ten schools, in the INK area, 1 in Amaoti, oHlanga
The EEPAN extends over the all regions of the eThekwini Municipal Area.

What is the impact?

2100 learners reached in the Inanda Ntuzuma KwaMashu (INK) / oHlanga area.
The EEPAN has over 70 organisations and over 200 individuals on its database. The EEPAN vision is to ‘scale up, scale out, and scale deep’, extending the network’s reach into otherwise excluded communities and actors across the greater eThekwini Municipal Area.

How can you get involved?

Get involved, get updated: Visit the EEPAN website and Green Corridors social media to watch for events, cleans up and gatherings
Join the EEPAN and its activities