Olonde Omondi Draws the Environment, Recycling and Poaching

Olonde Omondi has taken up his wicked pens to address the environment, deforestation, poaching, pollution and recycling. . . . → Read More: Olonde Omondi Draws the Environment, Recycling and Poaching

Ecosystem-Based Adaptation for Food Security Assembly

One speaker, Mr. Michael O’Brian of Green Peace Africa said “If there was an Olympics Competition for Policy drafting between continents, Africa would win hands down”. All conference participants burst out in laughter, but not because it was funny. The reason is because it is true. We are very good at drafting policy documents, but . . . → Read More: Ecosystem-Based Adaptation for Food Security Assembly

Ecosystem Based Agriculture for Food Security Conference 2015

I had the opportunity to attend the ‘2nd Africa Ecosystem Based Adaptation for Food Security Cnference 2015’ held at the UN complex Gigiri, Nairobi Kenya on 30th and 31st July 2015. There were over 1200 invited attendees, comprising of dignitaries, professionals, farmers and students.

2nd Africa EbA Conference

A Major concern of the conference . . . → Read More: Ecosystem Based Agriculture for Food Security Conference 2015

Vain Deaths

That a president of a developing country that has to depend on donor funds to meet their yearly budget, personally sets natures resources worth billions ablaze is very ironic. I can even call it sad. A resource that has a readily available market, that caused the death of thousands of our wildlife, should never be . . . → Read More: Vain Deaths

Olivia, the 7year Old Zoologist

Seven year Old Olivia Binfield stands before thousands to send a message with Lucy, her snake coiled around her little neck. She thinks she wants to become a zoologist when she grows up; but she doesn’t have to wait that long; she is one of the best zoologists already, and the best poet too.

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