Wednesday, October 23, 2019

The National E-waste Management Strategy is a five-year plan covering the period 2019/20 to 2023/24. The E-waste Strategy has five thematic areas aimed at resource mobilization for proper E-waste management, raising awareness, strengthening   Kenya’s E-waste coordination structures  at national  and county levels, put in place a monitoring and evaluation mechanism for E-waste management, promote research and innovation in E-waste management  and have legal and regulatory framework for E-waste management in Kenya…..Read More

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Private lands and public institutions key to raising country’s tree cover

The opportunity to raise the country’s tree cover from the current 7.2 to 10 percent by the year 2022 in […]

COUNTY HOSTS AGRICULTURAL EXHIBITION TO BRACE FARMERS FOR HARD TIMES.

Kenya is very vulnerable to climate change with current projections suggesting that its temperature will rise up by 2.5ºC in the near future […]

Mau Forest will be Restored- CS Tobiko

Environment and Forestry Cabinet Secretary Keriako Tobiko has assured the public that the Maasai Mau Forest will be restored. “We […]

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