#YouthInConservation: Welcoming Kenyan Youth to Wildlife and Environmental Conservation

“The youth are being taken for a ride. They are only invited for photo sessions, tree planting and collecting litter but never involved in the green economy.”


Broken Until Made II

Part 2. From the Editor to the Writer Dear Editor,   Have we overstepped our boundaries lately? Moved from a little pruning to clearing the whole bush?  There was a time I knew not fear. My pen had a mind of it's own.  When it sang,  we all danced. Beautiful music it indeed was.  ... Continue Reading →

Broken Until Made I

Part 1: I See You "This is not for everyone. Only for those who are broken. Just when you thought you'd become powder, a new way to make you finer was discovered.   Nobody realizes how brave you are, but I see you.  You've figured out how to propel through space, even without fuel. You still... Continue Reading →

[Poetry] The Daisy on My Head

  We just don't read poems but instead, savour them slowly and then recite them to remember. Through poetry, we can experience the world in a different form. Meet Elizabeth Wairimu (Liz Mish), a close friend of mine. She introduced me to this new world of liberty and pure bliss. Through her poems, I've found... Continue Reading →

[Environment] Stop Giving False Hope; Give us one landfill!

We plant trees as ornaments to the the landscape; not because we are afraid that there’s no carbon being sequestered. As much as the Rhino is endangered, that is not why we want to conserve it. The attitude we want people to maintain is that, every living creature is important and needs to be conserved in its own right.

This week, a few guys shared with me on why peace is important to them and how the current political situation in Kenya has affected them. Their answers were well thought-out, very distinct, with each one of them having a tasteful approach to peace. Enjoy!

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