Some 27. 5 million people are in dire need of food aid in 10 African countries due to drought, officials announced last week.
A spot-check across all major towns in Kenya reveals a common waste management problem.
The national environmental watchdog on Wednesday raided four clubs in Nairobi over noise pollution, serving them with notices of closure.
Mombasa is becoming hotter due to the depletion of mangrove forests, a vital ally in the fight against climate change, with the situation along the Kenyan coast projected to get worse with time.
At least 30 to 40 tonnes of plastic waste finds way into Lake Nakuru National Park every rainy season, posing danger to the wildlife and are a threat to one of Kenya’s most visited parks.
Commercial and residential building owners have won a reprieve after the energy regulator extended the period for complying with solar water heating panels.
Environment secretary Judi Wakhungu has announced a looming ban on use of plastic bottles to curb environmental pollution.
Kenya is now the third highest ranked sub-Saharan African country in terms of its travel and tourism competitiveness, according to a World Economic Forum report released last week.
Three East African countries have launched an online portal in a bid to jointly market the region’s tourism products.
The Kenya Livestock Insurance Programme (KLIP) will pay pastoralists in six counties affected by drought Sh214 million to cover their herd losses.
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