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Environment and Forestry PS calls for harnessing of clean energy
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

Environment and Forestry Principal Secretary Mr. Ali Noor Ismail, speaking during the meeting. Environment and Forestry Principal Secretary Mr. Ali Noor Ismail, has called on private organizations to harness alternative sources of clean energy that don’t produce carbon dioxide emissions and other greenhouse gasses which accelerate effects of climate change. The PS has said that exploitation and
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No sacred cows in war against waste dumping
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

CS Tobiko( Right) , CS Tourism Najibu Balala (centre) and Kisumu Governor Anyang’ Nyong’o (Left) at the governors office after the meeting for the CS’s and leaders from Kisumu County Environment and Forestry Cabinet Secretary Keriako Tobiko has directed Environmental Management Authority (NEMA), to map out and issue notices to both public and private entities
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CS DIRECTS FOR PROSECUTION OF POLLUTERS WITHIN NBI RIVER
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

CS, Mr. Keriako Tobiko consulting with the PS, Mr. Ali Noor Ismail during the tour of the Nairobi river basin Cabinet Secretary for Environment and Forestry Keriako Tobiko has directed that individuals, companies and public institutions discharging raw waste into Nairobi River be charged for the offence. The CS said today that pollution of the
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SOLAR HEATING MANUAL LAUNCHED
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

Officials from the National and County government viewing a solar heating panel at the Wote TTI Kenya has not harnessed most of its potential solar energy despite receiving heavy doses of radiation, Principal Secretary of Environment and Forestry Ali Noor Ismail says. The country lacks experts to carry out installation, maintenance and repair of solar
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WEATHER FORECAST FOR THE NEXT SEVEN-DAY PERIOD VALID 12THTO 18THFEBRUARY, 2019
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

Hot and dry weather conditions wereexperienced over most parts of the country although there was an improvement in cloudiness (especially in the mornings) during the second half of the review period.A comparison between the previous seven days (28th January to 3rd February, 2019) with the period under review (4th to 10thFebruary, 2019) indicates thatthe country
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PLANS FOR UNEA4 AT AN ADVANCED STAGE- CS TOBIKO SAYS
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

The CS, Mr. Keriako Tobiko leading the Ministry’s team during the bilateral talks with the UNEA 4 President, who was accompanied by a team from UNEP Plans are at an advanced stage for the fourth session of the UN Environment Assembly (UNEA-4) which will take place from 11-15 March 2019, in Nairobi at United Nations
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CS TOBIKO ON RESOLUTIONS OF THE FORTHCOMING UNEA 4
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

The CS, Mr. Keriako Tobiko exchanging views with the UNEA-4 President and Estonian Minister for Environment, Mr. Siim Kiisler,, during the courtesy call.DSC_0692 Environment and Forestry Cabinet Secretary Keriako Tobiko has said that there is need to translate environmental conference resolutions into concrete actions, in order to address environmental challenges. Mr. Tobiko said that the
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Climate Change Directorate Receives Equipment from Conservation International
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

Handover of MRV equipment to CCD 2 (1) On January 30, the Climate Change Directorate (CCD) of the Ministry of Environment and Forestry officially received an assortment of IT and office equipment from Conservation International (CI worth almost KSh 1 million as part of a project to support the country’s climate change monitoring and reporting capacity. Africa Field Director
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NO EVICTIONS IN EWASO NAROK SWAMP SAYS CS TOBIKO
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

Cabinet Secretary for Environment Keriako Tobiko tours the KEFRI stand during the World Wetlands Day celebrations at Rumuruti sub county, Laikipia County. The Environment and Forestry Cabinet Secretary Keriako Tobiko has said that the National Government and Laikipia County Government will work with the local community to save the endangered Ewaso Narok wetland in Rumurutu
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PUBLIC NOTICE OF INTENTION TO DECLARE EWASO NAROK SWAMP IN LAIKIPIA COUNTY AS A PROTECTED AREA
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

Ewaso Narok Swamp, is a wetland located in Rumuruti, in the County of Laikipia between latitudes 0°16’01.2″N 36°32’19.9″E along the Eng’are Narok river which ends at Lorian Swamp in Wajir County.  The wetland is located in asemi-arid grassland area withfrequent drought and unreliable rainfall of less than 714 mm and high temperatures. This causesthe size
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