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Photos: Man uses fish waste to make fancy shoes and jewelry
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Several rivers have dried due to sandharvesting. [PHOTOS: JOE OMBUOR/STANDARD]
Climate change? On Friday evening it rained snow flakes in Ol-Kalou. In the morning residents of Charagita Village woke up to find they were in icelan
Kenya Wildlife Service Director Julius Kipng’etich (left) and Head of Resource Mobilisation Edward Wanyonyi at the ‘Wheelbarrow Race’ launch in Hellsg
Fishermen perceived conservation efforts as threat to their livelihood. [PHOTOS: MARK OLOO/ STANDARD]
Head of Civil Service Francis Muthaura plants a tree at Karura Forest, on Friday. Photo: Jonah Onyango/Standard
Uninhibited exploitation of sand deposits that retain water in seasonal rivers is fast creating an environmental crisis in Ukambani. [PHOTO: Victor N
The white stork birds that normally migrate to the south and north of Africa have come to Elementaita.
Salt miners in Malindi have cleared vast mangrove forests upsetting the balance of the coastal ecosystem. [PHOTO: Omondi Onyango)
Dumping site. While an increasing number of IT firms are keen on souping up their green credentials, there is no global framework regulating electroni
VALENTINE TREE: Nine-year-old Bhaanvi Mahajan (left) and Harman Bassi, 10, young members of the Alfa Romeo Owners Club, plant a tree at the Acacia Ca
A man lies on a globe in downtown Copenhagen. [PHOTO: Reuters]
Sitatunga: Attacked by stray dogs
A rock tower at Hell’s Gate National Park. [PHOTO: Jacob Otieno/STANDARD]
The Kenya Wildlife Service will erect road signs to curb killings of rare aquatic antelopes (Sitatunga) by speeding motorists in Nandi Central Distric
The scenic Shetani Lava Flow at Tsavo West National Park. [PHOTO: MARTIN MUKANGU]
Wildlife feed on hay as drought ravages Tsavo West National Park. [PHOTOS: MARTIN MUKANGU AND KWS]
A mangrove-forested shoreline in Lamu District. Photos: Marufu Mohammed/Standard
Farmland in what was once Mau Forest. [PHOTOS: JACOB OTIENO/STANDARD]
Mr Joseph Lebbo, the vice-chairman of the Council of Elders, approximates the felled tree in Lembus forest to be more than 100 years.
With the raging waters of the Mara river receding, wildebeest paddle leisurely across the river. [PHOTOS: Charles Ooro/Standard]
Security guards outside a farm in the Mau complex.
A part of Gwasi Forest that has been stripped bare by chacoal burners and loggers. [PHOTOS: WINSLEY MASESE/STANDARD]
The destruction of Mau Forest has threatened tea farming in Kenya. Photo: File/Standard
The country’s forest cover is lower than the recommended percentage .
A woman and her children wade through floods in Budalangi. El Nino is expected to cause flooding countrywide. [PHOTO: FILE/STANDARD]
Water towers endangered as settlers move to forests. The Government has allowed people to settle on gazetted forestland and other water catchment area
What used to be a lake is now pastureland. [PHOTOS: Agnes Wambui/STANDARD]
The Mau Forest lies desecrated. [PHOTOS: MARTIN MUKANGU/ STANDARD]
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