PRESS RELEASE Nairobi, Tuesday, October 25 – Climate-KIC, in conjunction with KCIC Consulting Limited (KCL), launched the Wood Architect Rockstar program in Kenya yesterday. The Wood Architect Rockstars program is part of the Climate Smart Forest Economy Program (CSFEP), funded by the Good Energies Foundation. The program consists of the Journey challenge aimed at tackling […]
PRESS RELEASE Nairobi, Saturday October 22 – EIT Climate-KIC, in partnership with KCIC Consulting Limited (KCL) will launch a challenge for timber construction enthusiasts in Kenya dubbed Climathon. Climathon is a global climate action campaign connecting cities and citizens of all age groups to engage in changing their area for the better. The program is […]
Over the years, there have been many misconceptions concerning timber construction in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). Timber is considered fragile and susceptible to natural risks such as flooding, termite infestation, and wildfires. Wood construction is also perceived to be insecure as it would be easy for criminals to break inside a wooden house. Timber has also […]
Future uncertainty has increased as a result of climate change. As its effects worsen over time, one thing is certain: We shall leave the Earth to the children and youth of today and future generations. According to the United Nations, there are 1.8 billion young people in the globe between the ages of 10 and […]
Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) are the backbone of any growing economy worldwide. According to The Kenya Association of Manufacturers (KAM). MSMEs in Kenya account for 50% of all jobs, 70% of the total employment rate, and 50% of the country’s GDP.
Are you a prolific writer who is passionate and concerned about climate change and sustainability? Here is an opportunity for your sentiments to be featured in the upcoming issue of ASM magazine, as the magazine is soliciting individuals to submit articles for publishing.
Vision 2030 remains a long-term development blueprint for the country motivated by a collective desire for a better society by the year 2030. In less than eight years, the world will be eager to know the progress
To achieve sustainable development goal-seven (SDG-7) on affordable and clean energy, SMEs need to understand the importance of fully tracking their carbon footprint. Unfortunately, according to climate links, a global knowledge portal for climate and development practitioners