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?
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
Sudan was the last male northern white rhino alive. He died at the age of 45 years after bravely fighting the old-aged related sicknesses. He suffered degeneration of muscles that gave him extensive skin wounds. He was unable to stand during his last 24 hours and thus helped to rest by his vets. He has… Read More »Our Only Male Northern White Rhino, Sudan, is Gone
It’s A Wonderful Wake-Up Call on Trees Ban on logging in Kenya has given birth to various steps and decisions that are super helpful to the environment, Our members of parliament have at least agreed on the need to have a serious discussion on our forest cover, They all agree that the ban should even… Read More »It’s A Wonderful Wake-Up Call on Trees