NEMA Warns Land Owners to Keep-off Wetlands

NEMA has issued a directive to the Lands Ministry to revoke all allocations of riparian land next to water bodies within 3 months. This directive takes effect immediately.

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Kenya Preps for First World Forest Day

Kenya will be celebrating its first World Forest Day on Monday, March 21, 2011 with the rest of the world. The celebrations will take place at the Karura Resource Centre.

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Thanks to GPS Tsavo Elephants are still Alive

Ho Chi Minh was formerly known as Saigon, its name prior to 1975, and many people still know it by this more evocative name

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Elephant Numbers in Tsavo-Mkomazi Show Promise

Results from the just-concluded aerial census show that elephant population rises in the Tsavo-Mkomazi ecosystem from 11,696 to 12,572.

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How Agriculture is Affecting Kimana Wetlands

Over-cultivation of mostly tomatoes, onions and vegetables and excessive water extraction from the Kimana Wetlands cause a rise in human-wildlife conflicts.

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KWS Kicks-off Largest Elephant Translocation

KWS kicked-off what has become the largest elephant translocation in one operation in eastern, western and Central Africa.

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