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Five Guides To Becoming An Eco-Friendly Traveler

Environment , Travel
How they interact with the environment, their carbon footprint, as well as the impact of every action they undertake before, during and after their travels.

A Supermoon Is Rising Tonight

Environment
Weather permitting, we're in for an extraordinary sky show.

EU Singled Out As Anti Conservation & Anti East African

Environment
Repercussions loom over EU’s refusal tp back East Africa's Elephant protection measures

Kenya's Beach Clean Up Judged A Total Success

Environment
Kenya’s beach clean up clears 14 tons of plastics and other debris

European Union Puts African Elephants In Jeopardy

Environment , Travel
European Union position on elephants a major cause of concern at CITES COP17

Environmental Tribunal Gives Nairobi National Park A Reprieve

Environment
Tribunal stops railway construction through Nairobi National Park - for now

East Africa Nations Race To Become Region’s First Oil Exporter

Environment
Oil discoveries in Uganda and Kenya and gas in Tanzania and Mozambique have made East Africa a subject of intense interest.

Tanzanian Security Services Seize Nearly 1.3 Tons Of Blood Ivory

Environment
Tanzania, under former President Jakaya Kikwete, had become a killing ground for elephants with tens of thousands slaughtered for their tusks with the Selous and the Ruaha protected areas the hardest hit.

EU Finally Acts on Ivory Trade Rules

Environment
The European Union Environment Council will consider restricting trade in elephant ivory for export and in the EU domestic market at a meeting of ministers in Luxembourg next Monday 20th June.

Kenya’s Ian Craig Gets OBE for His Conservation Work

Environment
Raised in Kenya, Ian Craig converted his family’s 62,000-acre cattle ranch into a rhino sanctuary at the peak of the elephant and rhino poaching epidemic.

Rugby Team Climbs Mount Kenya for Elephant Conservation

Environment , Sports
Rugby legend Jacques Burger and his Saracens F.C. teammates climbed for their fellow land giants.

The Greed for Ivory Continues Unabated

Crime/Security , Environment
The President’s warnings have clearly fallen on deaf ears.

Kenya Airport Authority ‘Goes Green’

Environment
Staff of the Kenya Airport Authority yesterday planted over 200 tree seedlings at a select site of Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi together with other organizations working at the airport.

Elephant Education Campaign Leads to Another Walk

Environment
The East Africa walk is a continuation of previous walks held by Jim since 2013, to raise awareness on the elephants and rhino poaching while educating and engaging local communities to participate in wildlife conservation agendas.

Colobus Conservation Comes to the Rescue as Golfer Kills Monkey Mom

Environment
The golfer, notably, donated 10.000 Kenya Shillings to the Colobus Conservation towards the upkeep of the little monkey before it can eventually be released back into the wild.

Kenya's Fourth Ivory Burn Largest in History

Environment
President Uhuru Kenyatta set off the world’s largest ever ivory burn, destroying over 105 tons of blood ivory and over 1.5 tons of rhino horn previously kept in Kenya Wildlife Service.

Burn Ivory, Ban Ivory

Environment
The wait is almost over because on Saturday, 30th April some 105 tons of ivory will be destroyed in a setting at the Nairobi National Park...

More Elephant Killings in South Sudan Cast Doubts Over the Future of Wildlife

Environment
The need for meat, not just for the troops but also for sale to cash rich buyers, as well as trophies which can be sold, were the driving motive behind it...

Mohawk Shooting in Kenya Leaves Public Outraged

Environment
The number of lions in Kenya, and in fact across Africa, has fallen by alarming proportions over the past decades, soon said to reach such lows that the species must be put on the endangered list of CITES.

The Unwarranted Killing of Nairobi Park’s Star Lion

Environment
If the government would want to protect the right of future generations it has no choice than embrace the principle of sustainable development as a core value of governance as stipulated in the Kenyan constitution.