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Are We Heading Back Towards Single-Use Plastic Because Of Coronavirus

The battle against plastic pollution has rapidly gained momentum in recent years. Our 2018 report - Plastics phase-out: Exposure through the value chain - analysed the...

Uganda Leads In Road Traffic Drop

Uganda has witnessed the steepest drop in road traffic in Africa as a result of travel curbs to contain coronavirus. Data from Norway-based consulting firm...

Why Demand For Turnaround Managers Will Shoot Up

The rolling waves of the coronavirus pandemic have violently rocked the globe, flattening businesses across sectors. As a result, and as the wave appears to...

Kenya’s Plan To Scrap Green Tax Incentives Faulted

Kenya’s plan to take away tax concessions granted to green projects has unnerved businesses in the sustainability space, warning of a reversal in the...

Kenya’s Power Demand Now Drops

The softening economy perforated by the coronavirus pandemic has seen electricity consumption drop in Kenya for the first time since the country’s disputed presidential...

Coronavirus To Erode Africa’s Economy By $90bn

Africa could lose between $90 billion and $200 billion this year as a result of the coronavirus wave that has rattled markets and shaken...

Where Is The Sh70m Raised In Uhuru’s Pay Cut Drive?

As President Uhuru Kenyatta this week announced that he and his deputy William Ruto would from next month each take an 80 percent pay cut towards...

Social Entrepreneur, 29, To Feed Poor Kenyan Homes Amid Coronavirus

A Kenyan social enterprise run by a 29-year old impact investor is moving to create a central food bank for supply of basic food...