Environment

Google disaster relief efforts

18th August 2019

Google disaster relief efforts Google is collaborating with GivingDirectly to do good in terms of disaster relief efforts.  GiveDirectly gives money to the poor and it is interesting that there is no strings attached.  According to a report published on VOX, “GiveDirectly organizers go to villages, get residents signed up, and then transfer them about […]

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Serious air pollution in Delhi

Air Pollution in New Delhi 

11th November 2018

Air Pollution in New Delhi  India is home to 9 of the world’s 10 most polluted cities. New Delhi is struggling with smog which is caused by high rates of pollution in the city. A number of alternatives have been explored which include attempts to ban private cars in Delhi, close down coal plants or […]

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Buffaloes drown on river Chobe in Botswana

Hundreds of Buffaloes Drown in Chobe River, Botswana

8th November 2018

Hundreds of Buffaloes Drown in Chobe River, Botswana  Botswana authorities have reported that hundreds of buffaloes were chased by lions and into the river to avoid death, the buffaloes drowned in Chobe river. It’s estimated that 400 buffaloes died in the stampede. This is very uncommon and it has never happened before. The buffaloes drowned in […]

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Wilderness

World wilderness Map showing 5 Countries of wilderness

5th November 2018

World wilderness Map showing 5 Countries of wilderness The newest World wilderness map shows that 70% of the world’s wilderness is in just 5 countries. A study conducted by University of Queensland has revealed that 70% of the world wilderness is found in Brazil, USA, Australia, Russia and Canada. Conservationists are now calling for the […]

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Eating Plastic

5th January 2018

Eating Plastic Currently, there is a lot of plastics (bottles, shopping bags etc) in our oceans. It’s further estimated that by 2020, there will be more plastics than fish in our oceans and seas. After sometime, these plastics breakdown into small particles. The marine life including fish are unable to differentiate between the plastic particles […]

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What a rainy day in Nairobi!

9th November 2017

What a rainy day in Nairobi This is the day we used to describe in our high school essays as “raining cats and dogs“. I don’t even know what the wise men were thinking when they compared heavy rains to cats and dogs. Anyway,  it is pouring seriously as if it is on a revenge mission. […]

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All you need to learn About E-Waste

29th September 2017

All you need to learn About E-Waste Here is a summary of what I have learnt about e-waste: Most companies replace their electronics (Personal Computers) after every three years. E-waste comes in many forms such as: electronic toys, TVs, light bulbs, cameras and refrigerators Our nature is destroyed by e-waste such as poisoning of drinking […]

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