Thrive organizes and partners with other organisations to put on events that engage the whole community to unite around environmental awareness and action focusing on the 5 Thrive pillars of sustainability.
Thrive mobilised this group of 40 learners and teachers from Hout Bay High, Silikamva High and Sentinel Primary to attend Cape Town’s first Renewable Energy Festival at Green Point Park on Saturday 8th February. The Hout Bay group both enjoy and learned much about renewable energy at the Festival which was organised by World Wildlife Foundation (WWF) and 1 Million Climate Jobs Campaign One of the aims of the festival was to petition the SA Government to make Renewable Energy South Africa’s Major energy.
Bronwen, Vuyiseka Chair person, Louis and Wikus on panel in session a the Renewable Energy Festival in discussion about career opportunities in the environmental sector
The whole panel with Simonne Lameez from WWF (on left) engage with the audience to discuss career opportunities in the environmental sector