Theme: Forest restoration a path to recovery and well-being Are you protecting our trees, growing more of them or clearing them for different uses? Forests are vital in our Ecosystem As climate change continue to terrorize different species, with different… Read More »International Day of Forests 2021
Winne Cheche @its_winnie_cheche and Sam @greenpeaceUK chat about what it’s like to be a climate activist in Kenya and what we can do in the UK to support Winnie’s incredible work!
Thank you @greenpeaceUK, @passthemicclimate, @generation__green, and @blackgirlenvironmentalist for making this possible.
Blue Earth Organization (BEO) is making Mombasa and its environs blue, as well as clean. This is through mangrove planting, planting of trees, cleanups, among others. Sumaiya Harunany is the founder of this great organization, where they encourage people to… Read More »Blue Earth Organization Making Mombasa Blue
Finally, I participated in planting mangroves in Miritini, Mombasa. I have also admired and longed to experience this for a while. Thanks to my friends, who kept sharing photos of the whole process. It looked too fulfilling not to want… Read More »Planting Mangroves in Miritini, Mombasa
Apparently, the fish from Lake Nakuru is poisonous. Hence not fit for human consumption. Am still worried, since I enjoyed some while visiting the new “beaches”. Plus the people there have been consuming the fish for almost a year now.… Read More »The worrying “Poisonous” fish in Lake Nakuru
Wetlands are a critical part of our natural environment. They protect our shores from wave action, reduce the impacts of floods, absorb pollutants and improve water quality. https://www.environment.gov.au/ #WorldWetlandsDay #WetlandsForBetterHealth #WetlandsDayKe
As we continue to push for a better forest cover, we should protect the mature trees. Especially as we continue to embrace developments in our towns and cities. These developments help us live more comfortably, and catch up with the… Read More »Let’s Protect The Mature Trees