Good Things Sprout From Kibera Dumpsites

The landscape in Kibera is receiving a new lease on life as a youth group there establishes the first organic farm in the slum with help from Su Kahumbu.

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Satao Has Gone But Why Does it Matter?

Today the world has risen to the shocking news of the death of Satao, one of an iconic rare breed of elephants known as tuskers due to their large tusks.

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5 Poaching Facts Mr President You Need to know

I recently wrote an open letter to my president and this is what I had to say on the poaching situation in my country, Kenya.

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Is Saving this Vanishing Kenyan Heritage Possible?

Our languages are part of our rich heritage. The rate at which they are disappearing is worrying. There is a possibility, if something is not done soon, we may be looking at an apocalypse of languages in Kenya.

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How Ocean Sole Turns Beach Waste to Art

Ocean Sole, a local company, is cleaning Kenyan beaches from flip flops washed ashore and using them to make amazing works of art.

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How Ol Pejeta Protects White Rhinos Using Drones

Drones are now being used to fight poachers in the 90,000 acre Ol Pejeta Wildlife Conservancy. This will be the first such initiative of its kind in Kenya.

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Water Hyacinth Now Invades Lake Naivasha

When I first saw water hyacinth in Lake Naivasha, I was shocked. This surely must be the last thing this Lake, declared a Ramsar site, needed.

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Could New Lab be Last Hope of the African Elephant?

A forensic lab to be established in Nairobi will assist in the study of population genetics and strengthen evidence for prosecution in Kenyan.

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