Kenya has taken the war on illegal wildlife trade online, calling for increased training on cyber crime.
Even after the heavy rains that drenched East Africa in April, Makueni County in eastern Kenya remains dry – and it's not clear when increasingly elusive rainfall will come again.
Pollution in the Kenyan capital is ‘beyond imagination’.
A study involving research institutes and a local university has supported the use of compost manure in farming, saying its yields are higher than those of hybrid crops grown using fertiliser.
Kenyan policy makers and experts are rooting for the use of space technology to enhance wildlife and ecosystems management in the country.
ADDIS ABABA, June 28 (Xinhua) -- The UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the African Union (AU) have launched a project geared towards ending hunger in the Horn of Africa.
Stakeholders in forestry initiatives have endorsed a new plan that outlines specific measures to be undertaken across sectors to increase Kenya's forest cover to 10 per cent in the next 15 years.
At the end of April, Kenya incinerated 105 tonnes of confiscated elephant ivory, aiming to send a clear signal to the poachers and public alike: killing elephants for their tusks and buying ivory-b
The production of hydro-power has dropped from 70 per cent in the 1980s to below 50 per cent, an expert has said.
xtreme weather conditions such as long spells of drought followed by heavy rains is leading to toxicity of food, a recent report released by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP ) said.
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