Monthly Archives: November 2015

CORAL REEFS AND CLIMATE CHANGE

As world leaders gather in Paris, France for the #COP21 to discuss on climate change and hopeful come up with a new deal to address the climate change challenge, many agree that we have had enough science and research pointing at climate change not happening in the next few years, but now it is happening […]

THE CHRONICLES OF AN EXPERIENCE SHARING FORUM; NGONG HILLS FOREST EXPERIENCE

One of the critical aspects about empowering a community is exposure which will actually convince them that what you are trying to teach them is actually applicable and practical as seen in certain communities in other parts of the country. However, this does not necessarily mean taking a community group for the usual luxurious field […]

BIRDING EXPLORATION IN PWANI UNIVERSITY

“Am so sorry for the poor turnout, members have not yet arrived because of communication issues”, said Jackline, the chairperson of the Pwani University Environmental Club when we arrived at their campus for a long planned bird-walk. It was still very early (around 0600 hours), with only two club members and so we gave members […]

TRANSFORMATION THAT BRINGS SATISFACTION

On an early Tuesday morning, Kilonzo Masyuko, a farmer and businessman from Chamari village received us with a smile on his face and a Bible in his hand, a trademark of him being a staunch Christian and an assistant pastor. A father of five, Kilonzo educates and feeds his family from farming. We hurriedly get […]