Renewable Energy: EU – AU Perspective And Lessons Learned — EuroAfri Link

Accelerating Green and accessing green energy is the talk of the day in the EU especially with solar energy also known as the clean energy source. The government, individuals, and giant solar investors and companies are all interested in projects that promote renewable energy sources. Projects that can benefit two continents like Europe and Africa… RenewableContinue reading “Renewable Energy: EU – AU Perspective And Lessons Learned — EuroAfri Link”

Animal Census: Conservation Lessons beyond Counting — Enviro Wild Initiative

Game Count at Nairobi National park The last animal census (game count), February 2021, is a kind I consider educative, engaging, and very interesting. I had the chance to ride alongside Mr. Jagi, a well-versed birder, patroller, and a long-serving member of the Friends of Nairobi National Park. To say I was not taken back… AnimalContinue reading “Animal Census: Conservation Lessons beyond Counting — Enviro Wild Initiative”

Joint statement: IGAD and FAO warn on Rift Valley Fever

An area of about 54,000 km2 still remains at high risk of RVF occurrence due to persistent suitability of habitat and climate for vector breeding and development; New areas are projected to become suitable for vectors with an overall increase of the risk areas of about 15%; About 30% of the area previously found at risk (potential for June 2020) is now at low risk of vector amplification

How Urban Pastoralism Is Being Threatened By Water Pollution, Population Pressure — Enviro Wild

Urban pastoralism Urban pastoralism is a less discussed topic due to its rarity in cities and towns because of the lack of enough space to support such a livelihood. Following a visit to Zebra Manyatta in Utawala, Nairobi metropolitan area, several issues were uncovered that pastoralists in the area encounter resulting from environmental degradation due… HowContinue reading “How Urban Pastoralism Is Being Threatened By Water Pollution, Population Pressure — Enviro Wild”

Climate change impacts on pastoralism and women in Uganda and Kenya

The article features the recent online discussion by Enviro Wild on advancing climate action in Africa. Climate change knows no territorial boundaries so it will always be a grave mistake to restrict pastoral mobility as pastoralism practices equally have no borders. Climate change is a cross-cutting phenomenon affecting all sectors of societies, as it stiflesContinue reading “Climate change impacts on pastoralism and women in Uganda and Kenya”