it or hate it, there's no escaping the huge football tournament that's taking
place in South Africa
at the moment.
may have expected that Greenpeace would be a World Cup free zone, given that
it's not the most environmentally-friendly event ever. But
we're doing our bit to try and help the World Cup leave a positive legacy for
the people of South Africa,
and we've launched a special edition
Greenpeace Giving virtual gift to celebrate.
Africa is providing a solar viewing area in the village of Jericho
in the North West Province of South Africa. This means that villagers, who may
not otherwise be able to watch the World Cup, will be able to view the matches
on big screens powered entirely by solar panels.