GBM continuously seeks new ways of highlighting the critical and central role the environment plays in changing the lives of the communities we work with.
The Green Belt Movement will continue to fight against land grabbing and environmental degradation in this country
Singing Mau Mau war songs, the veterans surrounded the tree shielding it from a contractor hired to cut it down.
The success of this Action Plan is not an achievement that can be solely credited to the Organisation. Rather, it is a collaborative effort by all stakeholders.
World Environment Day is celebrated every 5th June to raise awareness about the environment and its global effects on the daily livelihoods of the people.
The team is here to learn about our engagement with local tree nursery groups involved in the project and the many benefits of bamboo.
The theme for this year’s World Wetlands Day was “Wetlands for a sustainable urban future.
The Green Belt Movement is calling upon everyone to promote and support peace in Kenya and also to commemorate the sixth anniversary for the peace icon Professor Maathai. At the same time, we request all community elders to plant 44 trees in their respective areas symbolizing our peaceful co-existence as we have done here today.
The Green Belt Movement is implementing a project titled “Bamboo integration in Aberdare Water- tower, Kenya for effective watershed restoration and livelihoods improvement” as an integrated community empowerment intervention targets grassroots communities’ adjacent to the Aberdares water tower in upper Tana - Athi watershed within Murang’a County.
Through GBS, the Green Belt Movement offers an intercultural journey to our guests by engaging them in conservation, ecotourism and community experiences