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The Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) has received support in the area of capacity building to enable the wholesale reform of the country’s wildlife policy. To this end, as intensive workshop which serves as an integral step in the KWS Law Read more…


Many businesses across the world are not only becoming climate conscious, they are building eco-friendly portfolios. The clothing industry is an example. Many clothing companies have resorted to using materials for production that protect both humans and the environment. That Read more…


Pine Kazi, an all-female Kenyan start-up has won the African Development Bank’s (AfDB) Fashionomics Africa sustainable design competition for turning fruit waste into eco-friendly footwear. Pine Kazi won the $2,000 Fashionomics Africa competition cash prize for successfully converting pineapple leaf Read more…


Kenya lost 68% of its wildlife in 40 years. To arrest this trend, it needs to strengthen natural resource accounting as well as monitoring in order to capture the full contribution of the wildlife economy and to inform policy making Read more…


As COVID-19 continues to pose a threat, the authorities in Kenya’s capital Nairobi are not resting. Through the Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS), the City authorities have worked out a strategic intervention plan. It has mad sanitation and adherence to strict Read more…


Kenya has urged tourists to sample the twin migration experience of the annual wildebeest migration in the world’s famous Maasai Mara and the whale migration in the coastal region. Najib Balala, Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Tourism and Wildlife said that Read more…


Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) is intensifying a manhunt for six poachers behind killing of antelopes and buffalos for meat at Mount Elgon National Park. Josephat Wambua, Senior Warden at Mouth Elgon National Park, said the wildlife agency is on high Read more…