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Tobiko: We’ll continue working closely with religious among other groups in environmental conservation
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Cabinet Secretary Keriako Tobiko makes a point during the courtesy call (1 Environment and Forestry Cabinet Secretary, Mr. Keriako Tobiko has confirmed plans to partner with local religious and other organized groups to raise awareness on environmental conservation. The Government, Tobiko said, has stepped up public engagement initiatives geared at involving interest groups on matters
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CS TOBIKO HAILS MILITARY CONSERVATION EFFORTS
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CS Keriako Tobiko waters a tree during the internatinal year of forest at Kibiku forest in Ngong. Cabinet Secretary for Environment and Forestry Mr. Keriako Tobiko has hailed the Kenya Defence Forces for their civil efforts to conserve and protect the Environment. He noted that the military personnel had stamped their authority in environment conservation
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CHURCHES TO PARTNER WITH THE MINISTRY IN ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
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Anglican Church Archbishop Jackson Ole Sapit signs a visitors book when he paid courtesy call to the CS The Archbishop of the Anglican Church Mr. Jackson Ole Sapit has extended his support and partnership to the Ministry of Environment to enhance conservation. The Church through inter-religious organizations will partner with the Ministry to discuss critical
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WEATHER FORECAST FOR THE NEXT SEVEN-DAY PERIOD VALID 20TH TO 26TH MARCH, 2018
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Wet conditions were sustained over most parts of the country as depicted in Figures 1, 2 and 3and some areas exhibited a marked increase in rainfall. Mrangi Primary School (in Taita Taveta County) recorded the highest amount of rainfall within 24 hours of 138.0mm on 16thMarch, 2018. Other stations that reported very heavy rainfall (>50mm)within
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Taskforce recommends radical measures to save forests.
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20 March, 2018 Cabinet Secretary Keriako Tobiko receives the interim taskforce report from the chairperson Marion Wakanyi as other members look on.  The Taskforce formed to look into forest management resources and logging activities in the country has come up with radical changes to stem logging and save our forests.  During a press briefing convened
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Tobiko at Second Giants Club Summit 2018 in Botswana
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Environment and Forestry Cabinet Secretary Keriako Tobiko addressing the Second Giant Club Summit in Botswana Environment and Forestry Cabinet Secretary, Mr. Keriako Tobiko is this morning set to address the Second Giants Club Summit 2018 hosted by Botswana President Ian Khama, in Kasane, Botswana. The Giants Club is a high-level global forum uniting visionary African
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Heavy Rain Advisory: Update
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Wet weather spell which is being experienced is expected to continue over several parts of country for next five days…..Read more Powered by WPeMatico

RAC Policy to be developed
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A group photo of participants who attended the Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (RAC) workshop in Nairobi. New environmentally friendly technologies will be adopted in the refrigeration and air conditioning sector with the aim of eliminating greenhouse gas emissions. Principal Secretary, Charles Sunkuli said this when he officially opened a Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (RAC) Policy
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Sunkuli presents ozone and climate friendly equipment to 5 training institutions
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14th March, 2018   14th March, 2018   Principal Secretary Charles Sunkuli presented modern cooling and ozone and climate friendly equipment to 5 training institutions worth 3m. The equipment uses carbon dioxide, a natural refrigerant that is cheap and locally available.   Currently, the country uses substances that contribute to global warming and now there
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Heavy Rain Advisory
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Another wet spell is expected over various parts of the country from Monday 12th March 2018.Heavy rainfall of more than 40mm in 24 hours is expected from Tuesday 13th March 2018…..Read More Powered by WPeMatico