Nature

The Business Opportunity in the Plastic Bags Ban in Kenya

  Regular plastic bags remain for up to 100 years contributing the highest percentage to the world’s environmental degradation as plastic bags pollution affects land, waterways, oceans and human’s health. On realization of their negative impact, environmentalist around the world begun to lobby for countries to not only stop the …

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Kereita Forest

Kereita Forest

Kereita Forest is a historical landmark for Kenya. People in this area gave their lives in exchange for our independence as a country. The British in March 1953 killed approximately 5000 people at Lari as a retaliation to the Mau Mau attack on about a hundred European collaborators during the …

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To Ban or not to Ban Plastic Bags in Kenya.

Dandora one of Nairobi’s largest dumping sites tells the story of the plastic bags menace in Kenya vividly, about 5O% of the trash in this site is plastic bags. This could however Change as the ministry for environment has gazetted a law that states that government will no longer allow …

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Green Walkers

Time is the most precious commodity not even gold and  diamond can compare to time .Its thus flattering when a group of young people decide to put every other business they have behind them and be part of a 10Km walk in Karura Forest to create awareness on the need …

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Environmental Capital

Environmental capital is the corner stone of any economy of a country. For the other sectors to thrive the environment has to be well taken care off. The worlds ecosystem and its biodiversity has over the years continued to be threatened by continuous human encroachment on forests, water ways and …

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