Coca-Cola Foundation and The Nature Conservancy partner with Nairobi Water to Improve Water Access for Residents

Nairobi City Water and Sewerage Company (NCWSC), has announced that it has managed to reduce its water treatment costs by 30 percent, largely through support of The Coca-Cola Foundation and The Nature Conservancy (TNC), which has resulted in an expanded network reaching over 800,000 more of the residents of Nairobi and its immediate environs. Philip … Continue reading Coca-Cola Foundation and The Nature Conservancy partner with Nairobi Water to Improve Water Access for Residents

Disgruntled Petitioners Bemoan Lamu Coal Judgement Postponement. Again!

Petitioners from Kenya‘s South East port town of Lamu, who travelled overnight to reach Nairobi for an important judgment that was set to be delivered on 8th May 2019, were disappointed when the National Environment Tribunal (NET) postponed the judgment yet again, until 24th June 2019. The landmark judgment was to give verdict on a … Continue reading Disgruntled Petitioners Bemoan Lamu Coal Judgement Postponement. Again!

Cyclone Kenneth: Second Cyclone in Under a Month Touches Mainland Mozambique

Mozambique used to experience cyclones every decade or so, yet now in under a month in 2019, one of Southern Africa‘s biggest countries has been hit not once, but twice, as Cyclone Kenneth touched the mainland late Thursday, 26th April 2019. While some media outlets have since downgraded the cyclone to a tropical depression, as … Continue reading Cyclone Kenneth: Second Cyclone in Under a Month Touches Mainland Mozambique