Delta operates a dynamic and well-equipped reference resource centre. It caters for members of the public, students, teachers and our education staff requiring information for projects on environmental and ecological matters. A unique collection of books, magazines, pamphlets, videos, slides and posters can be used as references to assist research or project work.

Thanks to the generosity of one of Delta’s sponsors, the resource centre has a computer which is used for cataloging and indexing books and periodicals, making information more easily available. A photocopying service is also available.

Resource Links:

ET CoverA Delta/Infixion publication

EnviroTeach (

DEC has been involved in the production of EnviroTeach as an environmental educational resource, since 1995.

The editorial function, performed by DEC, ensures that the magazine fits the framework of the curriculum. Delta Environmental Centre also facilitates workshops to assist educators in the use of the resource, aiding them in incorporating the environment into all aspects of the new outcomes-based curriculum. Every edition of EnviroTeach is fully funded and hard copies are available free-of-charge from teh DEC office in Delta Park.

For electronic pdf copies (or pages) of the magazine, go to


Share-Net ( is a South African-based, informal networking project that supports environmental education and development in the SADC region.

tmb_OwlBookletA Sharenet publication

The project strives to be responsive and participatory, performing the following functions:

  • Develop and review learning support materials for environmental education
  • Support school teachers and curriculum developers
  • Support professional development courses in SADC countries
  • Provide low-cost printing and publishing facilities to members of the community
  • Provide a low-cost mail-order support service
  • Maintain a network of people, places and publications in environmental education
  • Support environmental education centres

Share-Net materials are copyright-free for educational purposes and redevelopment for local use is encouraged. The learning support materials can be used to complement one another and provide a rich, integrated learning experience.
For a list of their publications, contact:
Clare Peddie, Tsepang Khena, or Wayne on tel (033) 330 3931 ext 2124; or fax (033) 330 4576 or email