The business of ecotourism is set to boom worldwide. Who will gain and who will lose?
If tourism revenues are generated by the quality of natural
In a move that will see the world's deepest oils drilled off the East African coast, the Kenyan government has signed an exploration treaty with a uk- based company. Although the move is likely
A Kenyan court has issued an injunction preventing Canada's Tiomin Resources Incorporation from mining titanium in an area located 12 km away from Kenya's Indian Ocean coastline. Andrew Hayanga, the
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The presbyterian church of Kenya has urged the people to vote against the present ruling party during the forthcoming elections, as the government has failed to combat pollution. "The government's
At least 50,000 flamingos died in the East African region between 1993 and 1995, largely due to pollution, reports Panafrican News Agency. A number of metals have found their way into Lake Nakuru,
The natural habitat around the Mount Kenya Forest has been destroyed extensively, reveals a recent Kenya wildlife service survey. Human activity is to be blamed for this large-scale destruction.
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