Kenya
January 1, 1970

Rachel Ruto leads cyclists in marking earth hour

The wife of Deputy President William Ruto on Saturday led over 100 cyclists in marking the ‘Earth Hour’ day. Discover more


Wife of Deputy President William Ruto led over 100 cyclists to mark ‘Earth Hour’ day

The wife of Deputy President William Ruto on Saturday led over 100 cyclists in marking the ‘Earth Hour’ day. Discover more


OPINION: Energy Efficiency Will Decide Whether We Meet Our Global Climate Targets!

‘Earth Hour is a chance to take action to protect our planet, not just for an hour, but every day,’ says organiser WWF Discover more


OPINION: Energy Efficiency Will Decide Whether We Meet Our Global Climate Targets!

‘Earth Hour is a chance to take action to protect our planet, not just for an hour, but every day,’ says organiser WWF Discover more


SANY embraces the era of cleaner fuel with hydrogen fuel cell construction vehicles

Every year on this day, millions of people across the world switch off lights at home, in buildings and in the streets for Earth Hour. Discover more


Time to renew the relationship between people and nature

Today we are celebrating Earth Day, one of the world’s largest civic movements committed to mobilizing people to tackle the most urgent challenges of our time from climate change... Discover more


TikTok urges global community to support #EarthHour challenge

TikTok, the platform and destination for short-form mobile video, is supporting Earth Hour globally to raise awareness about environmental… Discover more


6 Reasons Why Wildlife Conservation Should be on your To-Do List

From the mighty tiger to the humble worker bee, the huge variety of life on Earth contributes to our lives and well-being in more ways than we think. From... Discover more


Kenya’s River Mara vulnerable to climate change

The economic worth of the whole river basin is estimated at $7bn annually from tourism to agriculture. Discover more


One million species risk extinction due to humans: draft UN report

The Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) report warns of “an imminent rapid acceleration in the global rate of species extinction.” Discover more