Governor Moses Lenolkulal over the weekend led residents in planting 23,000 seedlings to restore a section of a forest in Loikas, Samburu Central, which was destroyed by human activity.

At least 200 people have been rendered homeless after landslides destroyed their homes. Twenty five homesteads were affected by the calamity that ruined property of unknown value.

Kenya Parliament has been asked to consider passing laws to direct farm owners living near national game reserves and parks to take up mandatory insurance policies for protection against damages by

Parties in a long-standing land lease case in Mpeketoni were yesterday shocked to find out that the ruling that was set to be delivered at the Environment and Lands court in Malindi had been postpo

The Government has been ordered to pay 5,000 fishermen Sh1.7 billion for failing to consider the environmental harm caused by the Lamu Port, South Sudan, Ethiopia Transport Corridor project in Lamu

The latest survey indicates 76 per cent of species in the lake are threatened with extinction.

Illegal logging and corruption practices around forest conservation have put forests on the verge of extinction.

The County has announced plans to construct two plants that will convert the Indian Ocean's salty waters to fresh water for Mombasa and its environs.

Migori residents search for the body of a girl believed to have drowned in River Nyatike, yesterday. With them is Kanyasa ward MCA Jackypaul Ongoro.

Governor Ndiritu Muriithi has announced that the county will spend Sh15 billion on water projects in the next five years.

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