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In early June 1972, world leaders met in Stockholm, Sweden for the first-ever global conference on the environment and sustainable development. This past week, the UN system returned to Stockholm after 50 years for a global stock-take on the progress made since then, and to give leaders an opportunity to meet and reestablish momentum behind the sustainable development goals after the major setbacks caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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
One of the immediate priorities for both business and society at large is the need for sustainable transformation. With climate change, overconsumption and the need to build back better - it is clear that organisations who do not have a solid sustainable development plan now risk consumers disengaging, employees leaving and investors refusing to invest.
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
What is a sustainable business practice? I’m sure many people if pressed, couldn’t quite put their finger on precisely what it means. While it’s undefined, there’s no dark art to it – it’s simply enhancing the way you generate revenue or manage costs – in a sustainability-related way
The state of development communication in the development space is not very impressive. Most organizations communicate their reports, impacts, findings, and what they do, only internally and also to their partners or donors
The Kenyan budget for the fiscal year 2021/22 is themed “Building Back Better: Strategy for Resilient and Sustainable Economic Recovery and Inclusive Growth”. A sustainable economy cannot ignore the effects of climate change,
KCIC Consulting Limited (KCL) is a one-stop center for consulting services. KCL mainly offers a broad spectrum of consulting services to government institutions, Central and County governments, Corporations, International organizations, Small and Medium enterprises, national and international NGOs, etc.
In 2022, the African continent will be in the headline when it comes to matters of climate change. In November this year, the world will be gathering in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, to discuss and agree on how to curtail and, at the same time, adapt to climate change.
Kenya Climate Innovation Center (KCIC) led a delegation of over 50 corporate leaders towards signing a 10-point charter during
The inaugural African Youth Adaptation Solutions Challenge (YouthADAPT Challenge) is climaxing today in a high
The 2021 African Youth Adaptation Solutions Challenge Awards are approaching and after a period