Factual information series about ecological and environmental challenges as well as inspirational stories about Kenyan innovators presenting exciting new solutions, and practical advice on how people can do their part to mitigate climate change.
On the Kenyan coast, beach waste becomes building blocks. A company in Nairobi moves from charcoal to energy-saving stoves. In Laikipia, Kenya, a sustainable paradise is changing the face of green tourism and a local tree is changing the lives of farmers.
Recycling abandoned flip-flops for amazing works of art, and an ecological makeover for the traditional Maasai Manyatta. Also, visit a group using bamboo to save their forests in West Kenya and a school being turned into a self-sufficient food forest.
Environmentally friendly options for silk and solar-powered lamps are changing lives. Dairy farms are turning into efficient producers of organic fertilizer, and an organization offers hope for primates that face rapid urbanization.
A common nut is the next big thing in biofuel, a new jiko grill is green burning, a slaughterhouse is embracing modernity to repurpose waste, and the "slum drummers" of Nairobi reuse garbage to create music.
A building in Kenya that uses natural lighting and air. Also: turning industrial barrels into food farms; using technology to conserve water; and using biodegradable materials to create a reusable sanitary product.
A solar mosquito trap; bicycle that can power homes; fuel from cooking oil waste; a university using recycled fuel; and how Nairobi has found a sanitation solution turning waste into organic fertilizer.
An agricultural organization with sustainable agrarian practices; a stove that uses fuel from agricultural waste; a scientist in Nairobi who turn tons of plastic into building material; and art pieces created from an invasive lake weed.