Environment Updates

COOPERATE ON DEVOLVED FUNCTIONS CS TOBIKO TELLS COUNTIES
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

Environment CS Keriako Tobiko (c), Transport CS James Macharia (r) and Director General NEMA Prof. Geoffrey Wakhungu, when they inspected Nairobi River Restoration Command Centre. Environment and Forestry Cabinet Secretary Mr. Keriako Tobiko has urged county governments to support projects initiated by national governments as they were intended to benefit the tax payers. The CS
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RESTORE NAIROBI CITY’S LOST GLORY, PS SUNKULI URGES
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

Environment and Forestry Principal Secretary Mr. Charles Sunkuli has appealed for concerted efforts by all Nairobi residents to clean up the city to restore its lost glory. He warned that people who discharged effluent into Nairobi River will be mapped out and be prosecuted through the Environmental Management and Coordination Act implemented  by the environment
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Elmi flags off the National Tree Seeds Distribution Exercise
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

18 April, 2018 CAS Mohammed Elmi flags off the national seed distribution exercise at the KEFRI Seed Centre in Muguga. Over 3,000kgs of exotic and indigenious seeds were distributed to various counties. The Chief Administrative Secretary, Mohamed Elmi on Tuesday, 17th April, flagged off the National Tree Seeds distribution exercise at the KEFRI Seed Center
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Ministry to create a pool of experts to mitigate against brain drain, says Tobiko
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

18th April, 2018   Keriako Tobiko giving a keynote address during the official opening of the KEFRI 5th Scientific Conference. Cabinet Secretary Keriako Tobiko has said that the Ministry will establish a standing panel of experts in various thematic areas of the Ministry to be occasionally consulted when they retire from the civil service. He
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CELEBRITIES JOIN ENVIRONMENT MINISTRY IN CONSERVATION EFFORTS
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

CS Keriako Tobiko with celebrities Daddy Owen (Musician )and Miss Earth Jacquilynn Kirui and Susan Kirui when they paid a courtesy call on him. Conservation has received a boost through the decision of artists and celebrities to partner with the Environment Ministry to green the country and save the disappearing forests. Environment and Forestry Cabinet
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ENLIST VULNERABLE GROUPS VIEWS IN CLIMATE PLANNING CS- TOBIKO
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

The CS Keriako Tobiko addressing members of the Task Force on National Climate Change Action Plan. He urged them to make the report all inclusive. Women and children bear the greatest brunt of climate change and should have their views incorporated in mitigation and adaptation action plans CS Keriako Tobiko has said. He noted that
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Indigenous fruit trees to be planted to increase forest cover, says Elmi
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

16th April, 2018   Represenatives from the Ministry, (from left)Dr. Ayub Macharia, Isiaiah Maina and Anastasia Muiti at Likia forest where they accompanied the CAS to plant trees Chief Administrative Secretary, Mohamed Elmi led a delegation from the national and county governments and corporate entities to rehabilitate Likia Forest in Mau. The event was organized
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Adopt a forest, Tobiko challenges the ACK
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

16th April, 2018 Arch of the ACK Jackson Ole Sapit receives Cabinet Secretary Keriako Tobiko at the All Saints Cathedral main hall where he was invited to address principals of ACK sponsored schools during their 3rd national sympo Cabinet Secretary Keriako Tobiko has challenged the Anglican Church of Kenya to identify and adopt a forest
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RESPONSIBLE CHEMICAL MANAGEMENT TO GROW KENYA’S ECONOMY
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

The Government will partner with the Private Sector in the sound management of chemicals and chemical waste produced in the country, Principal Secretary for Environment Mr. Charles Sunkuli has said. Environment PS, Charles Sunkuli in group photo KAM chairman Suresh Patel and Participants of a networking forum of among others International Council of Chemicals Association,
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LOITA MAASAI CULTURAL CONSERVATION OF FORESTS.
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

A member of Laibon community makes a point during a public hearing by the taskforce inquiring into the management of forests in the country. Indegenous committees control the use, protection and conservation of forests in Loita ecosystem in South Rift, north of Maasai Mara. The Maasai depend on the forests products for medicines and numerous
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