Smoke is a clear sign of something brewing up. The decision taken afterward determines the outcomes. If ignored, the fire may destroy everything. But if we bother to check out, we may save the day. It has been more than a month now since we heard the rumors of Kenya being used as a hub… Read More »Where There’s Smoke There’s Fire
When we were kids, the fun part of visiting grannies was having to enjoy stories around the three stones open fire. It felt way better than the couch back home. This involved conversations, interesting tales, and not the usual cartoon shows, on the black and white TV. The food almost tasted better. Not forgetting the… Read More »The Three Stones Open Fire
That’s right, your voice and action can work miracle in reclaiming a healthy planet back. Just a friendly reminder: As a consumer, you have the power to decide what you buy and in which direction the market goes – not corporations. Most times business people have done their best to make us believe that we… Read More »Never feel like your voice or actions don’t matter because they do!!
As we continue to work fight climate change, laws and act should support all Initiatives that work towards supporting Climate Actions. They should offer protection, as opposed to creating huddles. Huddles introduced by The Finance Act 2020 (Kenya) TheFinanceAct_No.8of2020 Cookstoves and fuels, as well as the solar equipment, have been subjected to a 14% VAT.… Read More »Laws and Acts should Support all Initiatives that works towards Supporting Climate Actions
Who are the Climate Refugees? As per Wikipedia: Climate refugees can be described as a subset of environmental migrants who were forced to flee “due to sudden or gradual alterations in the natural environment related to at least one of three impacts of climate change: sea-level rise, extreme weather events, and drought and water scarcity.”… Read More »Let’s Talk About the Climate Refugees
No one likes being near landfills, due to the filthy smells and health complications. Governments end up struggling and inconveniencing the locals when they force it. We have witnessed people demonstrate and threaten to sue their leaders for bringing landfill in their neighborhood. They point out the health issues brought by the unwelcomed guest, and… Read More »No One Likes Being Near Landfills
Are you struggling to be heard when it comes to climate change, wildlife, and nature topics from where you are? Are people, leaders, and media open to the idea, or it has been given a back seat. Things are not as they are supposed to Despite tourism being one of the economy contributors, people are… Read More »Are Climate Change , Wildlife and Nature Welcomed Topics Where You Are?
As we celebrate breastfeeding, ensure to breastfeed your babies to help fight climate change. First and foremost, congrats to all moms out there having a little bundle of joy. I salute all mothers, for being our superheroes although we fail to recognize so as often as required. There is another chance to do what you… Read More »Breastfeed Your Babies to Help Fight Climate Change
Understanding Environmental Racism (Re-Post) Understanding Environmental Racism. It’s something that was noted many years ago. As mankind embraced civilization and urbanization. Environmental Racism It refers to any environment injustice happening or directed to the minority groups. That is, whether practiced or applied in policies. How can you identify an environmental racism act? When you notice… Read More »Understanding Environmental Racism (Re-Post)
What is Happening to Wildlife Spaces in Kenya? What is Happening to Wildlife Spaces in Kenya? Almost every single day we wake up to a forest being eyed for developments, especially infrastructures. This is especially for small towns growing to small cities. This attracts human populations, and the land ends up being considered for development… Read More »What is Happening to Wildlife Spaces in Kenya?