Climate Change Watch – May 4,5,6 and 7

Yesterday May 3rd, it was eastern parts of India devastated by what has been described a “Monster Cyclone”. Again, from the Indian Ocean, and this too was packing winds of up to 200 km per hour. It is yet an additional humanitarian crisis in full torrent after the Mozambique cyclone on the South Eastern Coastline … Continue reading Climate Change Watch – May 4,5,6 and 7

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Climate Change Watch – May 2 2019

Climate Change Watch – May 2 2019 The rains have taken a break in most parts of the country and concerns linger about food and water security. Where it is still raining like in Kakamega, flooding and mud slides have caused untold damage and wreaked havoc on residents’ livelihoods with crops being swept away. Good … Continue reading Climate Change Watch – May 2 2019

Climate Change Watch – April 30 2019

By Muthuri Makathimo The Environment is the primary pillar for our survival. Amazing last two days of April have witnessed continuous light rains at night, and up to mid-morning. There is nothing as beautiful to see like sunshine and rain showers happening at the same time. From snow-capped mountain, highlands, iconic lakes’ ecosystems, savannah grasslands … Continue reading Climate Change Watch – April 30 2019