NETFUND PARTICIPATES IN THE THIRD KENYA TRADE WEEK EXPO 2019

By Gloria Makau The former Prime Minister of Kenya and AU High Representative for Infrastructure Development in Africa. Rt. Hon. Raila Odinga, and Hon. Peter […]

22 Young nature lovers awarded

By Gloria Makau NETFUND awarded 22 young environment conservationists and 3 schools in an online Arts and Essay Digital Competition that was organised as a […]

KENYA MARKS WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY 2019 WITH FOCUS ON AIR POLLUTION

By Nelson Mapesa According to the World Health Organization (WHO), an estimated 92% of the world’s population lives in areas where air pollution exceeds safety […]

NETFUND LAUNCHES TREE PLANTING CAMPAIGN IN BONDO, SIAYA COUNTY

By Nelson Mapesa In collaboration with the Siaya County Government and other partners, NETFUND launched a tree growing campaign that aims to increase the Siaya […]

Six innovative entrepreneurs awarded at the fourth UNEA Conference in Nairobi, Kenya

By caroline Kinyulusi National Environment Trust Fund (NETFUND) in collaboration with the Ministry of Environment and Forestry (MoEF), on Tuesday, 12th March 2019 recognized the creative […]

Approaches to achieving sustainable sanitation solutions in kenya

It is estimated that 565 million people in Sub Saharan Africa have no access to sanitation, and 330 million people live without access to safe water. The poverty link to water, sanitation and hygiene is well proven; addressing these issues…

Realizing the potential of Ocean based Renewable Energy Sources

Renewable Energy is  collected from renewable sources, which are naturally replenished on a human timescale such as sunlight, wind, water and rain, tides, waves, and […]

Devolution provides the answer to cleaner Household Energy

Since the 1950s when we first realized the harmful effects of air pollution on our health and the eco system, governments and policy makers have […]

Beating plastic pollution through the 4R’s lifestyle

This year’s World Environment Day focus was on “Beating  Plastic Pollution”. It is a United Nations led celebrations and the most significant event in the […]

The Future of Renewable Energy in Kenya: Concerted efforts of National and County Government.

“Countries generating more than 15% of their electricity from geothermal sources include El savador, Kenya, phillipines,Iceland and Costa Rica. Geothermal power is considered to be a sustainable, renewable source of energy because the heat extraction is small compared with the earth’s heat content.”

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