This paper will attempt to scrutinise the bases of the current interventions that are been adopted when dealing with issues affecting the environment practitioners especially those based in Azania. It looks at the changes that have taken place in the post apartheid era that signalled the new epoch in the country’s welfare history. The paper will revisit various approaches of interventions in relations to meeting challenges experienced in the environment world in the country.
In understanding various approaches, the paper will look at Vexliard (1968) theories such as the autoplastic and alloplastic notions. Lastly, the paper will examine the current environment practices and their implications towards the developmental of sustainable environmental policy in Azania, holistic environmental education approach in meeting community daily livelihoods in view of poverty and the unemployment that is ravaging the vulnerable communities in the country.