Climate Change

Land Rights and Carbon Credits: A Climate-Altered Synergy

Introduction- Looking into Kenya Picture this: vast fields of lush greenery, stretching as far as the eye can see. Majestic trees standing tall, providing shade and shelter to a diverse ecosystem. This is not just any land; it holds immense potential in combating climate change while protecting the rights of local communities. In Kenya, where …

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Championing Sustainability and Resilience – with Felix Odhiambo

In the symphony of climate justice, agroecology plays the vital role of both composer and conductor, harmonizing sustainable farming practices with the urgent need for planetary healing. In the ever-evolving landscape of sustainability and climate resilience, there are individuals whose dedication and innovative thinking stand out. Felix Odhiambo is the CEO and founder of the …

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Conversations on climate activism & indigenous rights -with Judy K

As the world grapples with the consequences of environmental degradation and the urgent need for sustainable solutions, the voices and actions of young individuals have risen to the forefront of this global movement. Simultaneously, indigenous communities, with their deep connection to the land and traditional knowledge, have long been stewards of the Earth, fighting for their rights and the preservation of their ancestral territories. 

“Nurturing Africa’s Future: The Youth, Land, and Opportunities for Sustainable Growth”

Land! One of the most coveted resources globally but more so in the African cultures. In Africa, for instance, access to, use, and control over land are indistinguishably linked to access to other economic and productive resources. Moreover, the value of land in Africa transcends economic and market value. It extends to social, cultural, and …

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