Can we make our celebrations more sustainable?

Happy Halloween

Halloween is just around the corner, and there is nothing more fun than dressing up in your favorite costume or putting on that dramatic makeup to have fun with your friends. But there are ways we can make our celebrations fun while being…

A dangerous path; a few steps forward, hundreds more back. As nations all over the world continue to strategize for economic comebacks after the Coronavirus pandemic, Kenyans have other problems to worry about. Why are their problems important to you? You might ask.

Well, it’s not their problems you should…

Spilling the Truth

Probably the only thing we remember about 2020 is Covid-19. The pandemic hit us so hard that some thought the end of the World was neigh. National leaders rushed to protect their people as face masks and sanitizers became the new normal. As we approached mid-2020, hundreds…

There was a time when statements about development and energy were looked at from different perspectives but in the last few decades, the developing nations have been showing potential for renewable energy.

The Western world has industrialized over 200 years enjoyed enormous benefits from fossil fuels. The transition to a…

As the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic continues to reverberate, various sectors of the economy are confronting a different kind of menace. While vaccines for coronavirus are available and some of the treatments are showing signs of success, the potential human impact of the coronavirus outbreak is immense and a…

In the 21st century, climate change consequences for small islands include sea-level rise (SLR), tropical and extratropical cyclones, increasing air and sea surface temperatures, and changing rainfall patterns (high confidence; robust evidence, high agreement).

Small islands do not have uniform climate change risk profiles (high confidence). Rather, their high diversity…

Global carbon levels have been dramatically rising since the industrial revolution, the impact of this concentration increase is palpable. Icebergs are melting, islands are sinking, and planet-wrecking fossil fuels have remained dominant in the energy industry. With this bleak new reality, nations are finally starting to wake up. …

Like the human body, the earth must maintain homeostasis. Nature has a delicate balance. Forests full of trees are essential for this balance, manufacturing the oxygen essential to all life, like the lungs of the earth.

But according, to NASA predictions, this delicate balance is now being threatened. According to…

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