Nordic countries led by Sweden and Denmark have cemented their sustainability profiles, occupying the top three spots in the sustainable
Kenya has reduced wildlife park entry fees by 50 percent in efforts to stimulate recovery of the safari tourism reeling
Thermal power plants (heavy fuel oil/diesel/kerosene generators) in Kenya charge the highest in excess of $0.20 per unit of electricity
The Covid-19 pandemic has reinforced the urgency for collaborations in tackling global challenges. The Green Institute recently held a virtual
Press Release NAIROBI, KENYA, Thursday June 25th, 2020: Kenya Electricity Generating Company PLC (KenGen) has commenced construction of its first-ever Liquid
A few years ago, a local public university made headlines after announcing a partnership deal with dozens of companies to
Shortly after Covid-19 pandemic arrived in Kenya, the government launched an innovation contest aimed at birthing solutions that would help
As the world leaders gathered for high-level talks this week, pressing global issues were at the forefront of discussion including
Tanzania is the most urbanised country in East Africa, according to data compiled by researchers at Yale and Columbia universities.
A huge portion of East Africa’s population cannot access clean cooking fuels, largely because of cash constraints and outdated customary
Some 894 million people in sub-Saharan Africa lack access to clean cooking fuels, mostly due to their low purchasing power.
Kenya leads Africa in the pace at which it is electrifying its population through a mix of grid and off-grid
Nigeria and Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) have for the first time each replaced India as countries with the largest
Tanzania has suffered the biggest rollback of poverty reduction gains in East Africa battered by Covid-19 pandemic, with about six
Even before the globe got hit by the Covid-19 crisis, efforts to slow down climate change, reduce the number of
Perpetual Wanjiku is on a mission to transform old objects into art masterpieces through waste recycling, upcycling and reusing. Together
Online shopping has picked up pace as more people make orders remotely from home in light of the Covid-19 virus.
Kenya and Uganda were early Saturday morning thrown into nationwide blackout even as their utility companies scrambled to troubleshoot the
The Covid-19 crisis has not just disrupted lifestyles and work patterns. It has also shaken the emotional balance and wellbeing
Until August 2017, Kenya’s capital Nairobi relied on a single overburdened transmission line for geothermal power supply from the steam
As the Covid-19 pandemic escalates, wildlife conservation, like many sectors, has taken a backseat. Wildlife conservancies and game parks are
Uganda has witnessed the steepest drop in road traffic in Africa as a result of travel curbs to contain coronavirus.
The board of Geothermal Development Company (GDC) has picked Jared Othieno as the new managing director. Engineer Othieno takes over
With schools closed and families cooped up at home as a result of the pandemic, children in Nairobi slums appear
Population and economic growth is piling pressure on freshwater resources, with demand rising faster than supply and yet 80 percent
Family businesses are always focused on securing longevity and ultimately cementing their legacy. Passing on a resilient business to the
A Kenyan social enterprise run by a 29-year old impact investor is moving to create a central food bank for
More women than men live in extreme poverty in Kenya with four million females subsisting below the poverty line, a
Nairobi’s slum dwellers are only slowly ditching the twisted belief that the deadly coronavirus ravaging the world is a rich
Hindpal Jabbal bought his first car, a Volkswagen 504, at a cost of four thousand shillings ($40) in 1960, three