Restore riparian land but factor in human rights
The government must employ a balanced approach that respects the dignity and rights of all.
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Restore riparian land but factor in human rights
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Why lions invade Rongai despite plenty of food
For communities that daily live and interact with wildlife, the sight of a lion would not cause such a buzz.
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Why lions invade Rongai despite plenty of food
Balance research to aid Africa's war against diseases
In Africa, the changes in disease vector distribution due to rising temperatures and erratic weather patterns pose far-reaching impacts of climate change.
By 1 month ago
Balance research to aid Africa's war against diseases
Deliver urban poor from rising climate calamities
A few days of rains in Kenya in April and May exposed the dire housing situation in Nairobi, with lives lost in the informal settlements.
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Deliver urban poor from rising climate calamities
Make planting trees affordable during all seasons
Honouring the dead is personal, which leans on traditions, faith and other pillars.
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Make planting trees affordable during all seasons
Proper urban planning key to a healthier planet
The floods carry significant implications, immediate and long-term, touching on issues of urban development, infrastructure, and climate change resilience.
By 2 months ago
Proper urban planning key to a healthier planet
What Africa can learn from recent Dubai floods
Even with the huge floods in Dubai, fatalities were not in the headlines. Africa is so vulnerable to the impacts of climate change due to its limited infrastructure, and high levels of poverty.
By 2 months ago
What Africa can learn from recent Dubai floods
Recognise children needs in climate change response
UNICEF statistics show more than 1 billion children “are at an acute risk of climate disasters,” with another 4.2 billion expected to be born in the next 30 years.
By 3 months ago
Recognise children needs in climate change response
Let's tackle food wastage for a friendlier climate
Like climate action, food wastage is a moral, policy, governance, environmental, health, political, and religious issue that must be tackled decisively.
By 3 months ago
Let's tackle food wastage for a friendlier climate
Gender equality a viable solution to deforestation
Many agree that the taste of food cooked using gas is different from that made on charcoal-fuelled jiko. What then do we do to continue enjoying tasty food without destroying our forests?
By 3 months ago
Gender equality a viable solution to deforestation
Victims of climate crises have legal rights
Globally, the 2023 UN’s Global Climate Litigation Report shows that an increased number of people turning to courts to address climate change problems
By 3 months ago
Victims of climate crises have legal rights
Why we need global unity against plastic threat
The most significant contributor to pollution remains single-use plastics. Only a small percentage of plastic waste is recycled globally.
By 4 months ago
Why we need global unity against plastic threat
Embrace practical education to tackle crises
As of 2023, nine of the 10 countries with the lowest literacy rates were African.
By 4 months ago
Embrace practical education to tackle crises
Cut glaring gender gap at global climate talks
Countries with higher levels of gender equality tend to ratify better environmental treaties and adopt eco-friendly practices.
By 5 months ago
Cut glaring gender gap at global climate talks
Green spaces offer solution to heat in urban areas
Since there is no reliable replacement for concrete, especially in the Global South, a deliberate decision to leave room for green spaces during construction will do.
By 5 months ago
Green spaces offer solution to heat in urban areas
Banks can make the world take a healthy path
Banks wield power in ensuring environmental safety. As a result, the industry has been a target of several campaigns, being at the center of the tug-of-war between profits and morality.
By 6 months ago
Banks can make the world take a healthy path
Make farming more appealing to tame poverty
Trouble was however how to handle relatives seeking help to get job opportunities away from home. Many asked for “kazi yoyote tu” (any job), assuming one had necessary connections.
By 6 months ago
Make farming more appealing to tame poverty
How farmers can help to fight climate change
The panacea to agriculture’s contribution to the climate crisis must be sustainable since an increase in global warming will hamper the achievement of the so needed sector’s benefits.
By 6 months ago
How farmers can help to fight climate change
Go green with festivities and gift wrappings
You can opt for eco-friendly decorations, reusable and recyclable packaging, or creative and reusable wrapping solutions and significantly reduce waste and environmental degradation.
By 6 months ago
Go green with festivities and gift wrappings
Address climate-related losses for sustainability
Policies that support the creation of alternative livelihoods and provide social safety nets for displaced populations are crucial.
By 6 months ago
Address climate-related losses for sustainability
Celebrities as catalysts for climate action
Their involvement may inspire faster policy change, as they bring attention to challenges that might otherwise go unnoticed.
By 7 months ago
Celebrities as catalysts for climate action
Celebrities' role as catalysts for climate action
Their involvement may inspire faster policy change, as they bring attention to challenges that might otherwise go unnoticed.
By 7 months ago
Celebrities' role as catalysts for climate action
It's timely to have a Health Day at climate talks
There are opportunities to combine efforts to tackle health and climate problems. Efforts to mitigate climate change must not slow down.
By 7 months ago
It's timely to have a Health Day at climate talks
Rising temperatures, rising injustice for victims of abuse
As climate change worsens, so is discrimination against teenage mothers in Marsabit. Abused women and girls have nowhere to run to as the county is yet to complete a rescue centre.
By 7 months ago
Rising temperatures, rising injustice for victims of abuse
Plan to prevent further loss of lives to El Nino
Now at least four people, including a KCSE candidate, have been killed. Villages are marooned and thousands displaced. Without roads, it will be difficult to get food and other aid to the affected.
By 7 months ago
Plan to prevent further loss of lives to El Nino
Reproductive health taking a hit as climate crisis deepens
No one thinks about sharing information on reproductive health or distributing condoms in camps because it is not a priority need, food is.
By 8 months ago
Reproductive health taking a hit as climate crisis deepens
Oil giant should respect East Africans' culture
Different people have varied spiritual and cultural beliefs. In some cases, the exhumation of a corpse, if it must happen, comes with rituals.
By 8 months ago
Oil giant should respect East Africans' culture
Restore riparian land but factor in human rights
The government must employ a balanced approach that respects the dignity and rights of all.
By 1 month ago
Restore riparian land but factor in human rights
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Why lions invade Rongai despite plenty of food
For communities that daily live and interact with wildlife, the sight of a lion would not cause such a buzz.
By 1 month ago
Why lions invade Rongai despite plenty of food
Balance research to aid Africa's war against diseases
In Africa, the changes in disease vector distribution due to rising temperatures and erratic weather patterns pose far-reaching impacts of climate change.
By 1 month ago
Balance research to aid Africa's war against diseases
Deliver urban poor from rising climate calamities
A few days of rains in Kenya in April and May exposed the dire housing situation in Nairobi, with lives lost in the informal settlements.
By 1 month ago
Deliver urban poor from rising climate calamities
Make planting trees affordable during all seasons
Honouring the dead is personal, which leans on traditions, faith and other pillars.
By 2 months ago
Make planting trees affordable during all seasons
Proper urban planning key to a healthier planet
The floods carry significant implications, immediate and long-term, touching on issues of urban development, infrastructure, and climate change resilience.
By 2 months ago
Proper urban planning key to a healthier planet
What Africa can learn from recent Dubai floods
Even with the huge floods in Dubai, fatalities were not in the headlines. Africa is so vulnerable to the impacts of climate change due to its limited infrastructure, and high levels of poverty.
By 2 months ago
What Africa can learn from recent Dubai floods
Recognise children needs in climate change response
UNICEF statistics show more than 1 billion children “are at an acute risk of climate disasters,” with another 4.2 billion expected to be born in the next 30 years.
By 3 months ago
Recognise children needs in climate change response
Let's tackle food wastage for a friendlier climate
Like climate action, food wastage is a moral, policy, governance, environmental, health, political, and religious issue that must be tackled decisively.
By 3 months ago
Let's tackle food wastage for a friendlier climate
Gender equality a viable solution to deforestation
Many agree that the taste of food cooked using gas is different from that made on charcoal-fuelled jiko. What then do we do to continue enjoying tasty food without destroying our forests?
By 3 months ago
Gender equality a viable solution to deforestation
Victims of climate crises have legal rights
Globally, the 2023 UN’s Global Climate Litigation Report shows that an increased number of people turning to courts to address climate change problems
By 3 months ago
Victims of climate crises have legal rights
Why we need global unity against plastic threat
The most significant contributor to pollution remains single-use plastics. Only a small percentage of plastic waste is recycled globally.
By 4 months ago
Why we need global unity against plastic threat
Embrace practical education to tackle crises
As of 2023, nine of the 10 countries with the lowest literacy rates were African.
By 4 months ago
Embrace practical education to tackle crises
Gen Z are driving a war against thieves, wastage and opulence
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