Dry Conditions Expected in Most Parts of Kenya

Dry Conditions Expected in Most Parts of Kenya By Joyce Ojanji Most parts of Kenya are likely to be sunny and dry with rainfall expected over some parts of the Highlands West of the Rift Valley, the Lake Victoria Basin, the central Rift Valley and the Highlands East of the Rift Valley, Kenya Meteorological Department […]
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UNGA: Act on Climate Change Now, Kenya’s President Says

UNGA: Act on Climate Change Now, Kenya’s President Says By Gift Briton World leaders have been urged to take action against climate change now as further delay will render the actions ineffective. “The latest report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) reminds us that we cannot afford to waste another moment debating the […]
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Pastoralism Facing Extinction in Eastern Africa

Pastoralism Facing Extinction in Eastern Africa By Gift Briton With the compounding effects of climate change, declining grazing lands, inter-clan clashes and poor government policies -undermining its productivity and sustainability, research shows that pastoralism in Eastern Africa including Kenya is facing extinction. According to a research by Walter Wafula, a post graduate researcher at the University of […]
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Kenya: Kisumu Farmers Reaping from Climate-smart Farming

Kenya: Kisumu Farmers Reaping from Climate-smart Farming By Evance Odhiambo Withered crops and malnourished livestock paint the picture of how adverse climate change can be as you walk around several villages in Lower Nyakach, Kisumu County. The area receives little rainfall that cannot support productive agricultural activities. Residents here largely depend on rainwater and this […]
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Rainfall Continues in Most Parts of Kenya, KMD Says

Rainfall Continues in Most Parts of Kenya, KMD Says By Joyce Ojanji Rainfall is expected in most parts of the Highlands West of the Rift Valley, the Lake Victoria basin and the central and south Rift valley, north western Kenya and the Coast, according to the Kenya Meteorological Department (KMD). Occasional cold and cloudy conditions, at times accompanied […]
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Most Parts of Kenya to Experience Increased Rainfall

Most Parts of Kenya to Experience Increased Rainfall By Joyce Ojanji Increased rainfall is expected over several places in the Highlands West of the Rift Valley, the Lake Victoria Basin, the Central and South Rift Valley, the Coast and North Western Kenya, according to the Kenya Meteorological Department (KMD) weekly forecast. The forecast notes that morning rains, […]
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Climate Change: Reasons Why Africa Needs Support

Climate Change: Reasons Why Africa Needs Support By Dr. Akinwumi Adesina and Prof. Dr Patrick Verkooijen With much of the world struggling with crippling spikes in energy and food prices, it is tempting to set aside longer-term challenges such as climate change. In an August Ipsos poll of what worries the world, climate change languishes in seventh […]
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COP 27: Developed Countries Urged to Honor their Financial Commitments

COP 27: Developed Countries Urged to Honor their Financial Commitments By Mary Hearty With less than 70 days to the twenty-seventh Conference of Parties (COP27) in Egypt, developed countries have been urged to honor their commitments for Africa to provide means for implementation of all the objectives of the Paris Agreement, especially to substantially reduce […]
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Africa: Finance among the Barriers to Implementation of Climate Action

Africa: Finance among the Barriers to Implementation of Climate Action By Winniecynthia Awuor Although Africa has the potential to implement climate action, various challenges such as finance still pose a hindrance to climate action and climate change response as of now. This is according to the Commonwealth secretary General Patricia Janet Scotland who was speaking […]
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