June 19, 2018

Volvo Cars aims for 25 per cent recycled plastics in every new car

Volvo Cars, the premium carmaker, announced its ambition that from 2025 at least 25 per cent of the plastics used in every newly launched Volvo car […]
June 18, 2018

Concerns over sustainability in Kenya (Guest Post)

Picture this: “Kenya is facing many environmental challenges that include deforestation, soil erosion, land degradation, desertification, loss of biodiversity, water scarcity and pollution…” UNDP Kenya, 2017 […]
June 17, 2018

Recognising wild fathers this Father’s Day

It’s dad world today. In the non-human world, dads have taken up the role to be more than protectors of their families. This is not just […]
June 17, 2018
Environmental competition

A platform youth can speak about sustainable wildlife conservation

Environmental education when nurtured from an early age creates a positive attitude towards wildlife and environmental conservation than theory-based class learning. Being outdoors is more fun […]
June 11, 2018

Batting the fate of the Northern White Rhino

Cricketers from across the globe will converge on Ol Pejeta Conservancy on June 15th – 17th, for a three-day tournament in one of Africa’s greatest wildlife conservation […]
June 11, 2018

10 supercars set to reduce pollution caused by fuel-run cars

A future where Formula One has lightning speed charged cars! Well, that is why we have Formula E. The one main difference between fuel and electric […]
June 6, 2018

Young Eco-Warriors at Green Kids Award 2018

We face many environmental challenges today. There is a need for innovation and ideas to leave the one blue planet we call home a much better […]
June 4, 2018

Single-use plastic and the reliability in catering we cannot ignore

Beating plastic pollution is everyone’s responsibility no matter what each one of us does on a daily basis.  Single-use plastics do seem reliable and easy to […]
June 3, 2018

Musings of an untold story behind the scenes

What happens when you ask yourself questions you don’t get answers to? When your next to giving up but that doesn’t even exist in your ideology? […]
May 28, 2018

From the beginning: Raising an environmentally aware baby

Even when children have no idea they live on a planet where plastic and waste is on the rise and has become the new normal. Even […]
May 23, 2018

A wake-up call to hair and beauty products manufacturers

Excessive beauty packaged products numb me. Why? I’m concerned about why I should still maintain my healthy skin and hair but still contribute to plastic pollution. […]
May 21, 2018

Tips for surviving mud, sand, rocks and other off-road Obstacles

Off-road motorcycle riding is a ridiculous amount of fun. Why? You don’t have to worry about traffic, speed limits or concrete underneath your two wheels to […]
May 14, 2018

How climate change is affecting migratory birds

Being a bird sounds amazing. Well, you only need to wake up, feed, find a mate, rest and let the universe continue with or without you. […]
May 7, 2018

Evolution deserves better

“I think it is arrogant to think we can save a planet that gave life to us.” It’s even more arrogant to think this way. Do […]
May 4, 2018

Contributing to a better understanding of the life of birds

Citizen Science is a wonderful way to contribute to the scientific world. This act is never small and is always recognised worldwide in various projects which […]
May 2, 2018

Do rivers burst their banks or follow their ancient course?

The long-awaited rains experienced this season have resulted in unprecedented harm in many parts of the country. From floods in major towns to landslides leading to […]
April 30, 2018

The Hamerkop nest by the road

This is what birding does to you. You are busy minding your own business, but then as a birder birds become your business. Especially when you […]
April 26, 2018

We need to forget plastic straws

Useful but not unnecessary. This is what plastic straws are. In some instances, they are necessary but we have classified them now as an item we […]
April 23, 2018

Why don’t you pick it up?

“In the long run, we shape our lives, and we shape ourselves. The process never ends until we die. And the choices we make are ultimately […]
April 20, 2018

We should rethink the Lamu Coal Power Station situation

Since we are now on Wikipedia should we call it a gone ‘Save Lamu’ scenario? After reading one article that wholly supports the project, claiming “Kenya […]
April 16, 2018

10 ways to go green at the office

There are so many ways we can adapt to reduce our carbon footprint. Sometimes we may think all we do is way too small. But one […]
April 12, 2018

Environmentalist get recognised at BAKE Awards 2018

The Bloggers Association of Kenya (BAKE) announced the nominees for  BAKE Awards 2018. Since its inception in 2012, BAKE Awards has recognized and awarded the best […]
April 9, 2018

Join the first Bird and Wildlife photo festival in Kenya

Birds are the big deal this year. If you didn’t know this, now you know. 2018 is officially the Year of Birds which will honour 100 […]
April 5, 2018

The hidden agenda within game cropping schemes

Why do we like to hide the true meaning of a very ‘sensitive’ activity? The government, through the Ministry of Tourism and Wildlife, is foreseeing bringing […]
April 1, 2018

Book Review: Born to blog

It doesn’t matter what you look like, where you were born, or if you have a college degree. Anybody can gain personal power on the web. […]
March 30, 2018

Why did I even bother!

Blogging. Few people understand what it is exactly. In most cases when you even mention that you have a blog, names like Cyprian Nyakundi, Robert Alai, […]
March 26, 2018

Riparain zones crucial yet an overlooked ecosystem

According to a study published in January 2017 in the nature international journal of science titled Age, extent and carbon storage of the central Congo Basin […]
March 24, 2018

Why you should participate in Earth Hour

Earth Hour is an annual global event seeking to spread the awareness of environmental issues globally organized by organized by World Wild Fund for Nature (WWF) […]
March 22, 2018

Youth attitudes towards wildlife and conservation & the film #Mabingwa

Some say the youth are not concerned about what surrounds us. That we are not (or very few are) bothered of the rate of environmental degradation […]
March 19, 2018

10 important details to remember

1.      It’s only impossible if you give up Chances are, all environmental challenges facing us today could be solved. It doesn’t matter whether there is no […]
March 16, 2018
Young Champions

Rise up for the people and the planet

Did you know, your small idea can change our world? Even by creating something from absolutely nothing? Today, we face a number of challenges. Challenges caused […]
March 15, 2018
Cape Town's main water supply from the Theewaterskloof dam outside Grabouw, Cape Town, South Africa, Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2018. A harsh drought may force South Africa's showcase city of Cape Town to turn off most of its taps, as the day that the city runs out of water, ominously known as "Day Zero", moves ever closer for the nearly 4 million residents.(AP Photo)

Water security around the world

The human population globally is on the rise. Resources are in plenty but in most instances management of this resources are flawed. Technology has played a […]
March 12, 2018

Harley – Davidson goes electric

This might disappoint petrol heads but for anyone after clean energy, this is remarkable. Harley – Davidson, America’s well-known legacy motorcycle manufacturing, and distribution company are […]
March 8, 2018

Agents of Environmental Progress and Sustainable Energy

Our human potential is limitless. Even so, having potential is not the same thing as actually doing something with it. Unfavourable effects of climate change ranging […]
March 6, 2018

10 ways to collect rainwater

The rains are here. With the prolonged dry season we have experienced as a country, the rainy season has come to settle the dust. This is […]
March 2, 2018

A rant, World Wildlife Day and Kenya’s state of affairs, environmentally

Loved, hated, respected, hunted and feared. When you ask anyone how they view the big cats, either of this words will come up. Well. This is […]
February 26, 2018

Community education, awareness and support is essential

We are a step closer to ensuring conservation thrives, especially at the community level and those who live with wildlife, when we choose to act instead […]
February 24, 2018

Migration is always a race against time

It goes without saying that the Wildebeest migration between Serengeti National park in Tanzania and Masai Mara Game Reserve in Kenya is one of the most […]
February 21, 2018

Children are concerned about current environmental challenges. Here’s why.

Early this month, I had an amazing encounter with children. Children so concerned, lively and interested to learn how they can help to conserve the environment. […]
February 19, 2018

What the Kenyan Government is expected to achieve in the Environmental sector

It’s been a long haul since we had the election’s last year. As the new CS’s take office and begin work, a lot is expected from […]
February 17, 2018

Built for the local market; the Mobius II

A new series begins. Field Worthy. This series is all about motor vehicles (motorcycles, cars, trucks, buses). Vehicles that shine off-road. Basically, aiding us to go […]
February 15, 2018

Wild Hearts Can’t Be Broken

Someone needs to explain to me why wanting clean drinking water makes you an activist, and why proposing to destroy water with chemical warfare doesn’t make […]
February 12, 2018

Why Forests Need to be Properly Managed

Everything on earth has a purpose and follows a particular system. The earth rotates around its own axis. Day and night become part of every essential […]
February 9, 2018

Pets Can Teach Us About Wildlife. Here is Why.

A Tribute Owning an animal is an amazing feeling. Whether as a source of food either in whole, their products or for companionship. Our African culture […]
February 7, 2018

7 Ways to be a Citizen Scientist in Kenya

Citizen Science is when the public takes part in scientific research projects. One does not need to have a scientific background to participate. Research assists governments […]
February 5, 2018

A Bird Crush: The Grey Crowned Crane [Guest Post]

From its spectacular head; a mosaic blend of a striking golden brown crown resting royally on a patched red base. To the white stout cheek patch, […]
January 31, 2018

A Focus on Climate Change at The World Economic Forum in Davos

The World Economic Forum (WEF) held in Davos-Klosters, Switzerland began with the Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi stating that climate change should be a major issue […]
January 29, 2018

Unbowed by Wangari Maathai [Book Review]

“However, I felt strongly that people needed to understand that the government was not the only culprit. Citizens, too, played a part in the problems communities […]
January 25, 2018
Nature and travel Magazines in Kenya

12 Nature and Travel Magazines in Kenya

Kenya’s has amazing environmental conservation work emulated by most of Africa. There are many places to visit and explore. With immense knowledge on this, what better […]
January 22, 2018

Climate Change News that Hit the Kenyan Waves in January [Guest Post]

As everyone continues with the bustles and hustles of life, has anyone noticed the heat? The weatherman has been at work since the first day of […]
January 18, 2018

Why the Fashion Industry is an Environmental Disaster

When was the last time you bought a new piece of clothing? In a fast-paced world, we always seek the next new and best thing. The […]
January 16, 2018

15 Kenyan Environmental Content Creators [Blogging]

“A man who does not have something for which he is willing to die is not fit to live.” ― Martin Luther King Jr. There is […]
January 15, 2018

Tales of an Old Bed

She lay peacefully asleep Her chest heaving softly it Would have been heaven Except….. Every time she turned The sound of my scream was almost unbearable […]
January 12, 2018
Environmental Rights are Human Rights

Why Environmental Rights are Human Rights

What will happen when we wholly view conserving the environment as a human right. This is already a fact but less viewed as a human right. […]
January 9, 2018

15 Stunning Instagram Accounts for Nature Enthusiasts

Social media has given us a platform where we can easily showcase our art, thoughts and ideas to a global digital world. When used positively, we […]
January 8, 2018
African Fish Eagle via Tony Wild

When A Poet Goes Birding

A poet goes out for adventure He finds rest under a shade Of a Yellow-Backed Acacia tree That’s full of nests and melodies And chirping weaver […]
January 5, 2018

Why It’s More Than Weaving Wool

When the cold weather beckons and all you need is a warm scarf, shawl or blanket. A beautiful customised rug or carpet to warm your home. […]
December 22, 2017

Ted Talkprenuers: It’s All About Birds

The first time I took part in bird watching, it was amazing. Everything was completely new, different and more than I had expected. I decided to […]
December 20, 2017

Ted Talkpreneaurs: When Exploration Leads to Discovery

Explore the unseen. Escaping from the busy urban life to a wilderness unknown covers a wider part of exploration. New and strange places are always top […]
December 18, 2017
Newspaper gift bag

How to Have an Eco – Friendly, Zero Waste Holiday

Plastic disposable cups, plates and cutlery. Plastic water, juice and/or soda bottles and the ever unnecessary straws. This is has become a normal sighting for most […]
December 11, 2017

Innovation: The Bio-Degradable Seedling Bag #BeatPollution

When was the last time you grew a tree? The year is about to end. Though, this is not about why you should go out and […]
December 4, 2017

White Supremacism and Trophy Hunting

“It doesn’t matter to elephants if they are killed by poachers or trophy hunters … either way, you’re a killer.” Joyce Poole Trophy hunting is a […]
November 29, 2017

COP: A concerted effort to tackling climate change [Guest Post]

In November, stakeholders in climate change space, meet up at COP. This is always somewhere in Bali, Copenhagen, Doha, Johannesburg, Berlin, Cancun or Marrakesh, you name […]
November 24, 2017

The Ultimate Guide for Your Next Safari Photography Tour [Guest Post]

African Safari’s make a truly unique experience. Not only does it offer breath-taking and eye-opening views, but they really make you think about the preservation and […]
November 21, 2017

Rekindling Hope During Challenging Times

Lead by example with hope, never fear. – Michelle Obama With the prospective Lamu Coal Power Plant still filling reports and files, the fate of Nairobi […]
November 13, 2017

Safeguarding the Environment is Each Persons Duty

Claiming that the earth has not been untouched by human beings over the years would be the biggest lie ever told. Human beings have assisted in […]
November 7, 2017


The olive baboons swing On the strong branches they cling The nestlings sing As they echo their mother bird In her sweet tuned melody Frogs croak […]
October 31, 2017

A Walking Expedition Along Athi River

“In order to attempt the impossible, one must attempt the absurd.”- Miguel de Cervantes (1547-1616) Starting at the ridged peaks along the Great Rift valley, Ngong […]
October 27, 2017

Musings of A City Resident

We are social beings. However, mobile devices have come to complicate who we are. We get a rise in dopamine in our bodies whenever our phones […]
October 19, 2017

The Younger Generation Wants to Be Involved

Being a close knitted pack in the conservation field especially as youth is not as easy. We all have different goals, dreams and ambitions. We all […]
October 13, 2017

10 Industries That Should Thrive From Kenya’s Plastic Bag Ban

Opportunity. Any set back always leads to an opportunity. An opportunity to learn, grow, innovate and create anything out of that set back. Kenya’s plastic bag […]
October 9, 2017
Market tote bag:

Alternatives to Plastic Produce Bags

It is the seventh week since the plastic ban took effect. Have you seen a difference since then? Well, I have seen less and less of […]
September 26, 2017

GLOBAL MARCH for Elephants, Rhinos and Lions [GMFERL 2017]

It’s that time of the year again when conservationists, animal lovers and advocates, concerned parties and others, march to the streets as they spread awareness on […]
September 22, 2017
Mother and Calf Giraffe and Nairobi National Park

22 Must Visit Green Spaces in Nairobi [Part Three]

The final part is through Langata road towards Magadi Road. Have a look at part one and part two to get the full list. 15. Nairobi […]
September 19, 2017

22 Must Visit Green Spaces in Nairobi [Part Two]

The biodiversity, culture, and history within Nairobi county continues to be experienced along Ngong Road and the Karen Suburb area towards Langata Road. A continuation of […]
September 15, 2017
Karura Forest - Image Credit Lyra Aoko

22 Must Visit Green Spaces in Nairobi [Part One]

Nairobi is one busy capital. Almost everyone is a rush to go somewhere or anywhere. Whether in an urgent rush or not, the town almost seems […]
September 6, 2017

Why We Should Fire the Coal Ambition [Guest Post]

Do you still support the Lamu Coal Power Plant? Well, if you do, you are among those who wouldn’t mind a small town become heavily polluted […]
August 29, 2017
Business Daily

Young Women Leading the Environmental Conservation Agenda

Having the courage to protect the environment in a world where one can and will inescapably face threats and naysayers, more so as a woman, is […]
August 28, 2017
Kiondos, Plastic ban

Top 10 Alternatives to Plastic Bags

The Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources ban on Plastic Carrier Bags takes effect today. The 28th of August 2017 will be set in stone as […]
August 22, 2017

Why We Should Work Together Now More Than Ever

Now that the election cloud is slowly drifting away hopefully for the next 5 years, let us get back to matters of concern: wildlife and environmental […]
August 17, 2017

Dance of the Universe

Dance of The Universe The sun in its very brilliance The moon in its magnificence The stars in their resplendence All gather to join in the […]
August 10, 2017
Tsavo Lions

Why We Shouldn’t Let Them Disappear

When we understand ‘why’ we want to do something, we can inspire effective change as opposed to when we just know ‘what’ we want to do. […]
August 2, 2017
Nyika silika on the beach

From My Wild Heart to Yours

I don’t know about you, but does anyone else feel like tribalism is over rated in Kenya. Last time I checked, I’m 50% Kikuyu 25% Meru […]
July 26, 2017

Why we should All Save Lamu

Lamu has currently become a political agenda.  Not because of the insecurity issues affecting the country but because of the Amu Power Lamu coal power project […]
July 21, 2017

Saving The Jumbos

The matriarch elephant leads Feeding on green grass fields Behind its herd is so very level Their red coats decorating Tsavo Little do they know the […]
July 20, 2017
Mr. Environment Kenya, Vihiga

Modelling for the Environment

Brian Omudi is not your typical kinda guy. He is smart, charming, and witty and above all passionate about protecting the environment. It is this passion […]
July 12, 2017
Greening the mind through tree planting

Greening the Mind one Child at a Time

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” – Nelson Mandela I admire young people who strive to change the […]
July 5, 2017
Conservation story

The Single Story of Conservation

The question whether or not to kill one animal to save a human being, weigh very heavily on a ranger or anyone licensed to hold a […]
June 26, 2017

25 Actions you can do to be in Tune with Nature

Nature is bliss. Nature is to be admired and savored for what is. A spectacle. An awe-inspiring splendor. There is more to nature than what we […]
June 22, 2017

Advocating for Clean Energy #CleanEnergyKe

“The Ministry of Environment is quite clear that there is no clean coal; coal is dirty, there is nothing like clean coal.” – Prof. Judi Wakhungu. […]
June 19, 2017

10 Kenyan Songs that Speak on Environmental Awareness

Music has the power to change the world. Music brings out a huge influence on what we think and how we view the world. It can […]
June 16, 2017
The flipflopi boat

Sailing on Plastic from Lamu to Cape Town #PlasticRevolution

Our oceans are full of wonder, beauty, and brilliance. Beauty beyond what we see above; the green and blue hues of our oceans. Within it, there […]
June 14, 2017
Cinnamon chested bee-eater and red winged starling

Town Birds…A Continuation

“Animals and birds evolve more quickly in urban environments than in remote habitats.” Have you come across this outright true article; Cities should be studied as […]
June 5, 2017

Thoughts on World Environment Day

Today, 5th June marks World Environment Day. This flagship campaign started in 1974. The main goal is to create awareness on environmental issues from pollution, both […]
May 31, 2017

Does the Northern White Rhino Need to be Saved?

“I’m one of a kind. No, seriously, I’m the last male Northern white rhino on the planet earth. I don’t mean to be too forward, but […]
May 26, 2017

Out of the Woods; A Battle to Protect Kakamega Forest

Tropical rain forests are becoming increasingly fragmented. This not only threatens the species that depend on the forest but also communities living around these forests. Our […]
May 18, 2017

Why Politicians Should Include Environmental Conservation in Their Political Agenda

  Globally, politicians have dominated the public policy on conservation issues. It is a sad reality that Kenya politicians are involved in passing dangerous conservation policies […]
May 4, 2017

5 Reasons Why I Support the Plastic Bag Ban

The older generation, (above 60 – 70 years of age), have a unique way of managing waste as they do not entertain it (at all). They […]
April 21, 2017

The Big Conservation Lie Book Review and more

“However, with proper spatial planning, a national and political goodwill and determination, commitment to implement these plans, and a national effort to control greed, we can […]
April 19, 2017

5 Ways to Spark Environmental Awareness in Children

The earth is changing. This is a fact we must all come to terms with and seek ways in which we can grow, learn and adapt […]