The Green Belt Movement named a Global Alliance Partner of The Earthshot Prize, launched today by Prince William
This project will support the global effort to protect and restore the environment while also turning the current pessimism surrounding environmental issues into optimism, highlighting the ability of human ingenuity to bring about change.
Water towers are central to Kenya’s economic and social well-being.
As we adapt to living and learning at home, we hope these children’s books will provide an educational escape for young readers.
The aim of the project is to rehabilitate and sustainably bring under good forest conservation management 500 hectares of degraded forest sites through community-based tree-planting campaigns
The environmentalists say the four-lane expressway will ruin, among other open spaces, Uhuru Park and want the National Environment Tribunal to overturn the Nema decision.
It’s time to wake up. To take notice. To raise our voices. It’s time to build back better for People and Planet.
Your searches through Ecosia are planting trees according to Prof. Maathai’s method. They are mostly planted around critical water sources, preventing erosion, and increasing both the quantity and the quality of the water.
The Green Belt Movement, with gratitude, supports all the preventative measures undertaken by the Kenyan Government, led by the President, to curb the spread of #COVID19. In line with these measures, here is a statement of the impact on our work and the legacy of Prof. Maathai.
This year's celebration was held at Freedom Corner, Uhuru Park, a place that symbolizes all Professor Maathai stood for.