The ban on polythene bags – are Kenyans ready?
Plastic bags litter most parts of the country and have become an eyesore in major parts of Kenya
Empowering Community Leaders on Climate Change Causes, Effects and Mitigation
The Green Belt Movement (GBM) in partnership with International Climate Initiative (IKI) with support from the German Federal Ministry for the Environment (BMUB) is implementing a project focused contributing to low carbon development for Kenya in Nandi and Nakuru Coun
Exploring Bamboo Biomass for Energy and Entrepreneurship
The demand for wood as biomass for fuel wood and charcoal making is a threat to the use of resources in Kenya and is expected to remain unchanged for many decades to come.
Green Belt Movement intervenes to help communities at the grassroots bear the consequences of unsustainable natural resources utilization
The emergence of resistant pests and diseases coupled with unpredictable weather patterns has devastated crop yields and left many communities facing imminent drought.
Climate Change; Cause of Social Conflict? A Green Belt Movement Grassroots Based Approach and Experience
With 40 years’ experience in engaging communities at the grassroots to address issues of environmental degradation, community empowerment and advocacy, GBM is uniquely positioned to offer an integrated response to climate change through mitigation, adaptation and promotion of sustainable development.
Protecting our Riparians
Riparian areas are priceless resources
Hands off Our Public Lands!
Corrupt land transactions including the illegal and irregular transfer of title deeds by officials of the relevant authorities has become an all-too-common reality for Kenyans.
Finally, another win against corruption and land grabbing
Let us all stay vigilant and protect our public spaces.
Professor Wangari Maathai and Green Belt Movement in the primary school curriculum
Case studies of prominent environmentalists, namely the Green Belt Movement and Professor Wangari Maathai, have been used to enhance this knowledge and inspire the pupils.
The story of Elizabeth Finley Broaddus
As we remember Finley, our care should not be for her to have lived long as to have lived enough. Her memory lies with us here.