Climate change

It is Earth Hour!

Earth Hour is finally here, it is an hour dedicated to appreciate our one and only home. To appreciate nature and all that is in it. So take part, switch off your lights and have fun. While enjoying a candle lit dinner, here hare some fun questions (as a group Read more…

By ecolife, ago
Green life

My Africa

When I think about the phrase ‘My Africa’, I am filled with emotions from sadness, to hope to happiness and pride. Africa has been associated with a lot of negative stereotypes that show a picture of a suffering, sadness, poverty, disease, civil war and a whole array of negativity. Yes Read more…

By ecolife, ago
Climate change

Pollution control as a Youth income earner

25th of September marked two years since the sustainable development goals, SDGs were adopted by 193 countries, Kenya included. Progress and implementation has been slow and there is little awareness and education on what the SDGs involve. Sustainable development goal number 13 is about; taking urgent action to combat climate Read more…

By ecolife, ago
Climate change

Adopt a Tree Campaign

On Sunday 9/04/2017 all roads led to Suswa, specifically Satellite Primary School, for a tree planting exercise. The area is generally warm and temperate with significant rainfall throughout the year in the months of April (most precipitation) and in November (bi modal). Rainfall averages 758 mm. but these are the Read more…

By ecolife, ago
Climate change

Role of Religion in Environmental Conservation

Religion plays out its role  in environmental conservation  and protection by its beliefs and teachings; it guides the relationship between man and nature, it offers moral framework. The major religions; Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Buddhism and Hinduism have adopted similar approaches or traditions that are geared towards environmental conservation. These are: Read more…

By ecolife, ago