All articles in 'Environment'


Africa's Real Climate Crisis: It's not Global Warm...

Telling Africans they can't have electricity and economic development -except what can be produced w...

4th August 2009
El-Nino is Coming : Is Kenya Ready?

Despite all the debates, blame games, scoring political points and charcoal burning that goes unabat...

14th August 2009
Climate Change: Africa Clamours for Reparations

Africa’s development aspirations are at stake unless urgent steps are taken to address the problem o...

27th August 2009
Mau Destruction: The Buck Stops at Moi’s Desk

Either Moi was asleep on the job as someone was cutting up Mau forest, or he was too incompetent to...

28th August 2009
What would Life be like if Environmentalists were...

Adhering to environmental groups' prescriptions— could revert us back to, at the least, Colonial day...

31st August 2009
Poison and Policy: Reversing the Extermination of...

Since the 1970s, Kenya has lost about half of its total wildlife populations. In recent weeks a str...

14th September 2009
The Politics of Climate Change Negotiations in Afr...

As long as negotiations continue to be based upon the polarised positions of power politics and relu...

15th September 2009
Torrential Rains: When will Kenya Learn ?

The Kisumu rains are only a taste of the havoc nature is sending our way, we have a couple of option...

22nd September 2009
IFPRI: Climate Change to Malnourish 25 Million Chi...

Twenty five million more children will be malnourished in 2050 due to the effects of climate change,...

1st October 2009
Final Countdown to El Nino: Is Kenya Prepared?

The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) estimates that Kenya, with a population of somewhere u...

12th October 2009
Africa and Cimate Change

Truth must be told too that African governments at all levels rarely handle toxic waste well, if any...

9th November 2009
Water for Profit, or as a Right: Africa’s Dilemma

In governments, the responsibility for water was unfashionable. This is no longer the case. Water wa...

23rd November 2009
Climate Change Data: Who is Fooling Who?

Newly released emails from leading crisis-promoting scientists have exposed a cesspool of intimidati...

1st December 2009
The Copenhagen Conference: Emission Impossible

China and India will not agree to economic hara-kiri and new facts will most likely render any attem...

8th December 2009
Indigenous Brazilians and Carbon Rights Ownership

This finding should greatly help the Surui and, by extension, other indigenous groups

11th December 2009
Climate Change Eschatology Confusing for Poor Nati...

COP 15, if not well debated, might provide another excuse for wealthy nations to micro-manage resour...

15th December 2009
$200 a Day: Why Sierra Leone will get Screwed at C...

‘At the Barcelona convention it was impossible’ says Dr Lansana ‘We could only afford two delegates...

15th December 2009
Climate Deals:Africa Must not Be Ignored

Our ambitions as Africans are the same throughout the continent. When it comes to taking care of the...

18th December 2009
Reclaiming Mau Forest Not Enough

Kenyans also ought to reclaim other land parcels stolen from the public by both past and sitting reg...

4th January 2010
Scientific Studies Aid Planning for Okavango River...

Planning for use of water and natural resources in the Okavango River Basin shared by Angola, Namibi...

25th January 2010
Hunger: Nature is Hitting Back

The tragedies that this country is facing today such as drought, famine and poverty have been exacer...

10th January 2006
Turning Tigers to Wealth

Every crisis is an opportunity. While it may provide an opportunity to explore new options in an att...

18th July 2006
Can Tourism Pay the Maasai?

The Maasai people have gradually become poorer over the years. The combinations of frequent drought...

5th September 2006
Can Tourism Pay the Maasai?

PPT should aim at intra-community equity. Local communities are not a homogenous group. The opinion...

12th September 2006
Environmental Radicalism: All Pain But No Gain

Politicians, activists, and journalists—would fail miserably trying to run a company. But they want...

22nd May 2007
Herbal Remedies Gain Popularity

Although the market for herbal medicine is good and profitable, herbalists are crying for protection...

26th June 2007
Live Earth – Dead Africans?

Africans should worry not about climate change but about the real, immediate, life-threatening dange...

17th July 2007
Energy and Climate Bills: Who is Victim?

Congress often exempts itself from ethics, accountability and price-gouging laws. The citizens are r...

24th July 2007
Innovation Scales down Housing Cost

Use of fired bricks is reduced by a minimum of 52 percent, hence reducing deforestation. A number of...

28th August 2007
Give Developing Countries Clean Energy Technology!

The forces of globalization have erected new barriers in the form of intellectual property rights an...

21st August 2007
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