Environmental Pollution & Management

The Biodiversity Management Branch is responsible for the conservation and restoration of biodiversity within the City's boundary. A fundamental aspect to the branch’s work is to ensure that biodiversityand nature are mainstreamed into everyday life, which includes delivering tangible benefits to all communities. More specifically, this Biodiversity Management branch is responsible for conservationplanning, biodiversity management and alien species eradication. In the field of conservation planning, the City’s approved Biodiversity Strategy has resulted in the identification of a biodiversity network of sites that need to be secured to conserve a representative sample of the Cape Town’s unique biodiversity and, thus, promote sustainable development. Key functions of the Biodiversity Management branch include:

 

 

  • Environmental Policy and Legislation
  • Contaminated Land
  • Environmental Impact Studies
  • Air and Water Quality Monitoring
  • Waste Tracking, Storage and Disposal

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