GOVERNMENTS: IGNORE THE PRIVATE SECTOR AT YOUR PERIL IN THE FIGHT AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGE
STANDARDIZATION A PRIORITY IN ENSURING FOOD SAFETY IN AFRICA
Food security is a high agenda in many countries especially Sub Saharan states such as Kenya.
THE KENYAN SUSTAINABILITY PRACTITIONERS ARE WALKING THE TALK
Those of you who have read my articles know that I am always talking about the importance of sustainability, urging the adoption of sustainable practices, and sharing insights on how to better our journey towards a sustainable and prosperous futur
SUSTAINABILITY PILLARS PRESENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR SMES
Why would SMEs consider social and environmental dimensions in the early phases of life cycle of their business?
FOCUS ON CHANGING THE UNEMPLOYMENT TREND FOR YOUTH
The rate of unemployment in the world is ever increasing, specifically within the youth bracket. Majority of those in employment are still living in poverty.
THERE IS NO GARBAGE. ONLY FOOD.
We do not have a trash problem in the world, we have a poor design problem. If we would design our products better, there would be no trash because anything that is not of use to us anymore, could be used as input for another process.
Sustainability Management of Riparian Zones
Last week, Nairobi, Kenya was bombarded with a number of demolitions across the county. From my office, the view was astounding. A 5 story office complex built over the famed Nairobi river, was slowly coming down.
POWER TO PEOPLE: SOLAR ELECTRIFYING OFF-GRID AREAS
The inadequate power supply and low rural electrification rates in Kenya have often resulted in missing opportunities towards developing a better tomorrow, for the environment, our children, and the economy.