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Catherine Igoki Mar 26
Tell a friend to tell a friend to stop throwing plastic bottles, sweet wrappers and used diapers just anywhere they feel like. Carry your trash home if not to the nearest bin
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ItsOmondi Mar 26
We're all ignorant on the issue on . No matter how serious we're being told about this issue people will never take it seriously πŸ˜”πŸ˜”
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I'm_muthoni Mar 26
All of y'all should take this topic very very seriously. If you don't, your great grand kids will be eating mangoes manufactured in a factory. Don't throw Trash everywhere ( men are not trash). Plant a tree. Stop using plastic.
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Errycar10 Mar 26
No sex position makes a man faithful. My sister,don't destroy ur kidneys 😐
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Farmers #Trend Mar 26
Its serious, its happening
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@heyitsgabby Mar 26
Bloggers together with Ministry of Environment and Forestry discussing on Climate change and the way forward.
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Suzanna OWIYO - OGW Mar 26
Powerful message right here! We are to blame. Our actions hurting Mother Nature .
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Sharon Mar 26
NCPB is the only cry in farmers language leave alone the maize in their stores. Up-to now maize farmers are still registering for purchase of subsidized fertilizer. Rains are already here and Farmers won't achieve dry planting.
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Catherine Igoki Mar 26
We should all understand that we are responsible for the environment in which we are in
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Exotic Scouse Mar 26
I see we want to set aside Ksh. 100B to combat 'climate change', a hoax then. You will experience a scandal like never before and it is just starting with this pretense of 'talking about global warming.' You're not God to control climate
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Ken Andrew J Mar 27
Before we let it spiral out of control, we must speak now, take action now, demand of our leaders to speak and allocate resources towards mitigation of climate change now. Sooner or later, with depleted resources, we wont be speaking but killing each other.
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Errycar10 Mar 26
Oh my God! I love these PencilArt by Sam. Contact him on 0700913220 Harambee Annex
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Lord Edwin Sigey 🌷 Mar 26
Our Environment is Constantly Changing. Global warming has become the undisputed fact about our current livelihoods; our Planet is warming up & Humans are definitely The Problem. The Current Environmental Problems Require attention, We are Vulnerable to Disasters
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#deCOALonize Mar 26
African countries stand to suffer the most from Climate Change, and we are still thinking of having a coal plant in Lamu which will release 8.8 million tons of CO2 each year; doubling the country's current emissions from the energy sector.
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Nyandusi. T. O πŸ‡°πŸ‡ͺ Mar 26
Some of the action required to mitigate the impact of , there is need to: √Provide an adequate knowledge base within which we can embed practical, low cost & sustainable solutions. √Plan ahead based on realistic scenarios to mitigate &/or adapt to the impacts
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Joto Afrika Mar 27
Kenya is increasing PET collection points, tonnage on PET recycled, using technology to track PET movement and data and phasing out non-essential single use plastics among others
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Catherine Igoki Mar 26
Knowlegde is power, for all who don't know... there is a National Climate Change Resource center which acts as a center for all climatic related issues.
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Farmers #Trend Mar 26
With climatic change as an emerging phenomenon and its consequences, root and tuber crops offer choices and opportunities as they exhibit higher tolerance threshold to a variety of stresses such as water and heat, water salinity and emergence of new pests
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Njeri Waridi Mar 26
In the words of Wangari Mathai 'Nature is very unforgiving', we all suffer the consequences of not preserving the environment, let all relevant bodies play their role Kenya forestry, water tower association etc
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ARNOLD  TUEI Apr 9
Most of the world’s future emissions will come from developing countries, which will also experience the worst effects of climate change.Yet most non-state climate action is still concentrated in the Global North
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