Most of us don’t really understand what climate change is. It’s more of a threat being given to us by scientists. We see it as predictions and hence fail to give it the attention it needs. I read somewhere how someone thinks that climate change is just some science crap that will never happen. He… Read More »What Do You Understand about Climate Change?
Lake Victoria is crying for help from all the countries it serves, the East African Countries. It is one of the greatest freshwater lakes in Africa. In fact, it the second largest lake in the world based on its surface area. The name was coined by an explorer who named it after Queen Victoria. This… Read More »A Cry for Help From Lake Victoria
Three lionesses from Lake Nakuru National Park found themselves into the Soysambu Conservancy in search of their own territory and made it the new home. They were the first lions to be in Soysambu. Soysambu is located in Nakuru County, Kenya bordered by Lake Nakuru National Park, Ol Doinyo Eburru, and Menengai Crater. Soysambu Conservancy… Read More »The Lioness that introduced themselves to Soysambu Conservancy in Kenya
Dear Wildlife Rangers, I hope this finds you well. Am always motivated and mesmerized by your sacrifice while working to ensure that our wildlife gets a bright future and survives extinction. It’s not just a job but rather a devotion. You put wildlife literally before everything even your own lives. Not everyone is ready or… Read More »Letter To The Wildlife Rangers
Earth’s day theme for this year is to “End Plastic Pollution.” It’s a day dedicated to show support for environmental protection and start in 1970. Earth day can be part of daily lives if we applied several practices friendly to nature. Going green will help us protect the planet earth and save money. There are… Read More »Happy World Earth Day
Political will is the firm intention or commitment on the part of a government to carry through a policy, especially one which is not immediately successful or popular. It is the motive force that promotes political action. A collection of political benefits and costs resulting from the passing of any given law. Passing these laws… Read More »Political Will Is A Vital Tool In Conservation
Shamba system is a form of agroforestry that encourages farmers to plant trees alongside their crops. Instead of cutting trees while planting, they are to maintain them and even plant more. This initiative was introduced by the Kenya Forest Service. Its partially funded by the International Development – USAID. The targeted groups included the local… Read More »What Unmanaged Shamba System is doing to the Forest Cover in Kenya
Lamu is faced with a tough decision on whether to continue conserving it or allow coal mining in the area. The coal mine is to provide the needed power as per our vision 2030. If we go ahead and embrace the coal mining, we will be placing our environment in crisis. The environment impacts to… Read More »Do we embrace coal mining or conserve the old town of Lamu?
Invasive species are species that have been introduced into a new area they have never been to before. They tend to do very well compared to the indigenous species in that particular area. This results in various negative outcomes for the species in the ecosystem. Are invasive and exotic species similar? They share some similarities… Read More »Effects Of Invasive species To The Ecosystem
Endangered species are those species considered to be nearly extinct as per the IUCN. The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) is responsible for categorizing all the world species as per their vulnerability to extinction. They have a Red List that places species into the following categories: Extinct – No species still alive Extinct… Read More »What Are Endangered Species