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Private lands and public institutions key to raising country’s tree cover
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

A section of Karatina Vocational Training Center students holding up trees during the launch of a tree planting campaign for this short rainfall season where the government targets to plant 30, 000 trees. The opportunity to raise the country’s tree cover from the current 7.2 to 10 percent by the year 2022 in line with
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COUNTY HOSTS AGRICULTURAL EXHIBITION TO BRACE FARMERS FOR HARD TIMES.
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

Members of public visiting various exhibition stalls during a one day Agricultural education event held at Wamunyu in Mwala sub county Kenya is very vulnerable to climate change with current projections suggesting that its temperature will rise up by 2.5ºC in the near future while rainfall will become more intense and less predictable. Even the slightest increase in
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Mau Forest will be Restored- CS Tobiko
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

Css from right- Environment Cs Keriako Tobiko,Cs foreign affairs Amb. Dr. Monica Juma, defence Cs Rachel Omamo, and sports Cs amb. Amina Mohamed water a tree they planted during the launch of national tree planting campaign for the short rains, at Mituini, Ngond road forest-Nairobi County. Environment and Forestry Cabinet Secretary Keriako Tobiko has assured
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PS CALLS FOR PROPER DISPOSAL OF E-WASTE 
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

The PS, Betty Maina, flanked by the Diretor, Environmental Awareness, Dr. Ayub Macharia, the DA, Mr. Henry Obino and Mr. Isaiah Maina, during the event. The Principal Secretary Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Betty Maina, has lauded National Environment Management Authority (Nema) for licensing E-waste recyclers; WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Centre) and three
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TOBIKO TOURS NBI TRADE FAIR
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

The CS, Mr. Keriako Tobiko in a group photo with the staff of KFS, after touring their stand at the Nbi International Trade Fair. The Cabinet Secretary for Environment and Forestry, Mr.  Keriako Tobiko, has called on Kenya Forestry Research Institute (KEFRI), to enhance research to ensure quality seed and seedling production in a bid
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CAS Hon MOHAMED ELMI DONOR SECTOR MEETING
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

Ministry of Environment Chief Administrative Secretary (CAS), Hon. Mohamed Elmi today met representatives of donors  partners supporting environmental activities in the country. The meeting for the Environment Conservation and Natural Resources Group is supporting supporting government efforts in addressing the management and conservation of environment and natural resources in Kenya. Speaking during the meeting Hon.
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GOVERNMENT TO BOOST LVEMP.
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

PS, Min. of Env. & Forestry, Betty Maina, chairing the World Bank meeting in the Ministry’s boardroom, flanked by the Director of Prgrammes, Agnes Yobteric. The government will invest more resources in Lake Victoria Environmental Management Programme (LVEMP), to strengthen its capacity in environmental restoration of the lake basin. The Principal Secretary for Environment and
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Mau eviction is unstoppable, leaders say
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga condoling the family of former Transport and Licensing Board (TLB) chairman the late Hassan Ole Kamwaro during his burial in Narok Saturday. Photo courtesy of KNA Politicians and government officials have vowed to ensure that Mau water tower is restored. Speaking during the burial of former Transport and Licensing Board
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FAO TO TRAIN RECRUITS IN TREE GROWING.
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

National Youth Service Director General Matilda Sakwa (Left) and Food and Agriculture Organization Country Representative Dr. Gabriel Rugalema when they launched a tree planting exercise at the NYS Gilgil The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) , will partner with the National Youth Service in training 60,000 recruits on growing trees on farms that can provide
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10TH BAMBOO DAY MARKED IN BUSIA
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

18.09.2019 The CAS, Hon. Elmi, watering a commemorative bamboo tree, watched by Busia Gvnor, Hon. Ojaamong and the County Commissioner, Jacob Narengo, at Busia The Ministry of Environment and Forestry is working on modalities to bring down the cost of seedlings for ease of reach by Kenyans, in a bid to surpass the ten percent
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