At least 38 million Kenyans will today replace phone batteries they bought two years ago, but they have no place to dispose of the used gadgets.

Two European governments have donated Sh2 billion to six counties to improve water and sanitation services.

A study conducted at the Kakuma Refugee Camp shows there is a huge demand for cleaner cooking solutions and modern renewable electrical supplies.

Researchers are looking to develop a super vaccine against four diseases that affect small ruminants to reduce cost and ensure efficiency in their control.

The Lands ministry and the Nairobi county government are on the spot for allowing premises to be erected on wetlands.

Environment CS Judi Wakhungu has said the ministry is determined to control the increasing wave of human-wildlife conflict.

Provisional figures for global average temperatures show last year was the hottest without the influence of warming from El Niño.

The Belgium government will undertake a Sh1.1 billion water project in Homa Bay.

The cost of living could go up if the findings of a new report are anything to by.

Kenya is among countries that have been urged to declare their elephant ivory and rhino stock.