In support of the DOT Foundation initiative, Braam Malherbe and rowing partner Wayne Robertson recently completed phase one of the DOT Challenge by rowing from Cape Town to Rio de Janeiro in an effort to raise global awareness of the importance of conservation practices in saving our Earth.
People worldwide can actively participate in the DOT Challenge by Doing One Thing every day.
To read more about the expedition: Cape To Rio row
2 Brothers Touring expedition
Brent Hazell and Jason Smit are currently cycle across the length of South America, covering 11,000km taking 7 months which would be average of 60kms cycled per day.
The purpose behind it is to raise awareness for the DOT Challenge and inspire many other to Do One Thing for the planet.
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“There is no Planet B. We have one home, one responsibility. As it is in natural systems, you are either an asset or a liability. We, as homo sapien, the ‘thinking ape’, are not exempt from this fundamental principal. We are either part of the solution or we are part of the problem.”
BRAAM MALHERBE, FOUNDER
The DOT Foundation is a new NPO that was founded because of the vital need to fund best practices in the conservation of our biodiversity.