Remembering the Remarkable Life of Margaret (Peg) Snyder, a Long-time Friend, Supporter, Advisor, and “Midwife” to the Green Belt Movement
Within the story of GBM’s birth and growth over nearly 50 years, Peg played a pivotal—indeed, essential—role.
The Green Belt Movement invited to become a Nominator for The Earthshot Prize as the search for the first winners begins
Together, the five Earthshots aim to generate new ways of thinking, as well as new technologies, systems, policies and solutions.
Children’s Books Featuring Professor Wangari Maathai
As we adapt to living and learning at home, we hope these children’s books will provide an educational escape for young readers.
This World Environment Day, it’s Time for Nature
It’s time to build back better for People and Planet.
Celebrating 50 years of Earth Day
The theme for #EarthDay2020 is climate action.
Activists demand transparency from JKIA expressway plan
Conservationists have demanded openness from the government as plans to construct the multi-billion-shilling expressway from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) to Westlands in Nairobi start afresh.
Sierra Leone hosts African Environment/ Wangari Maathai Day 2020
The Minister of Environment, Professor Foday M. Jaward in his welcome address stated that Sierra Leone was proud to be the host for the African Environment Day 2020.
Celebrating Professor Maathai's green legacy
This year's celebration was held at Freedom Corner, Uhuru Park, a place that symbolizes all Professor Maathai stood for.
Improving Access to Clean Water and Sanitation
The new toilet is also more child-friendly than the accident-prone traditional pit latrines.
Hands off our Uhuru Park, green spaces a matter of life and death
Green spaces in cities increase property values and reduce crime and, according to the World Health Oganisation, enhance overall well-being.