Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Nema Board Chairman John Konchellah (right) and Director-General Geoffrey Wahungu (left) display some of the eco-friendly carrier bags that will be in use after the ban on plastic bags. The New York Times has urged the rest of the world to also ban the use of plastics

TheNew York Times has praised Kenya’s ban on plastic bags and urged the rest of the world to take a similar action.

Such an initiative will contribute greatly to efforts to protect the planet’s oceans while helping prevent flooding caused by clogged storm drains, the Times said in an editorial titled “Follow Kenya’s Lead on Plastic Bags”..…….Read more

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