Interview with Nashipae Orumoy, Worldwide Fund Nature communication director
Kenya is expected to join the rest of the world in marking the earth hour 2016 later this evening. The event marked annually during the month of March encourages individuals and communities to turn off their non-essential lights for one hour as a symbol of their commitment to ensure global warming is reduced. This year's event takes place between 8:30pm and 9:30pm where participants will switch off non-essential lights and replace them with solar powered energy. In Kenya the event will be marked at the Hilton hotel and is expected to be graced by the cabinet secretary for environment Professor Judy Wakhungu.