The event marked a new partnership that will see GBM’s ‘Greening Urban Schools’ programme grow and nurture more than 15,000 indigenous trees in different schools in Nairobi County over the next two years.
10 members of the community from Kipipiri Constituency, Nyandarua County , visited different land restoration, clean energy and forest management projects in Hawassa, Goba and Bale regions in Ethiopia.
A team from Green Belt Movement lead by the Board Chair Wanjira Mathai and our Executive Director Aisha Karanja is attending the XIV World Forestry Congress starting today in Durban.
The 4th edition of the New York Forum AFRICA (NYFA), the world's leading pan-African business summit, is taking place on August 28-30, 2015 in Libreville, Gabon.
We recently hosted a group of twelve geography students and their teachers from Germany for an educational tour where they visited a GBM communities in Kahuro and Kamuiru, Murang’a County, Kenya.
"Kenya continues to carve out a distinct place among the nations. The country is a leader for conservation, following in the footprints of Wangari Maathai," President Barack Obama.
This Policy Brief is as a result of an intensive three day workshop on ‘sustainable tree-based bioenergy systems’ with input from the Green Belt Movement among other organizations. Sustainable tree-based bioenergy is an avenue to support the proposed Sustainable Development Goal 7 on energy access for all.
We look forward to your attendance and participation at the event.
This year’s theme – ‘Biodiversity for Sustainable Development’
Training Rural Women for Environmental, Economic and Livelihood Empowerment in the Great Lakes Region
We seek to train and support 300-400 women and community leaders over three years.