Presiding over the inauguration ceremony, First Lady Margaret Kenyatta paid glowing tribute to the late Nobel Peace Laureate
The theme for today’s celebration is the role of green spaces in promoting sustainable cities and communities; those are inclusive, safe, affordable and resilient, as enshrined in Sustainable Development Goal 11.
Last year, we planted 130,000 indigenous tree seedlings in this location and achieved over 80% survival rate.
It is a great honor to have H.E. President Uhuru Kenyatta recognize the work and legacy of Nobel Laureate Prof. Wangari Maathai by endorsing her book "The Challenge for Africa"at the Paris #PeaceForum.
Seeking to curb the wanton destruction, the Green Belt Movement has been advocating for its protection as well as mitigating its obliteration by conducting tree planting exercises and community empowerment seminars on the need to protect this ecosystem.
With a sense of near-reverence, Muñoz invokes Maathai to inspire action in a world that badly needs our care.
The profound wisdom and endearing values from our Founder have continued to inspire Kenyans and the world to mainstream conservation, promote peace and good governance for sustainable development.
The Africa Environment Partnership Platform is expected to enhance synergies and to standardize discussions with other stakeholders
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.
Through an experiential visit to GBM project areas in Nyeri County, Chaves had an opportunity to compare restoration experiences between Kenya and Brazil.