Day one of #GLFAfrica 2021 kicked off with powerful, inclusive sessions, youth-led sessions, to high-level plenary sessions such as one on Framing UN decade on ecosystem restoration from an African perspective.
RESTORING AFRICA’S DRYLANDS: ACCELERATING ACTION ON THE GROUND The first-ever digital conference on Africa’s Drylands will be hosted by GLF on 2-3 June 2021. The theme of the conference is Restoring Africa’s Drylands: Accelerating Action On the Ground. It will be held just before the official launch of the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration, which runs from 2021…
Enviro Wild Initiative in Collaboration with ASNET, will host an ecosystem restoration activity on 9th May 2021 targeting the removal of Parthenium hysterophorus at Silole Sanctuary, bordering the Nairobi National Park. Parthenium hysterophorus is an invasive weed that has colonized several areas in and out of the Nairobi National Park. The main aim is to reduce…
Our founder and the project manager Caroline Jepchumba Kibii has been listed as one of the Top100 Young African Conservation Leaders 2021
After two months of online sensitization, the dimming single-use plastics challenge allows young people to share how they address waste management, primarily single-use plastics. The challenge will run from 22nd December 2020 to 15th January 2021. Five winners will be awarded various environment-friendly gifts and their stories featured. To Participate, kindly fill the form here…
This is an ongoing initiative seeking to sensitize the public on the importance of protecting and conserving our protected areas by adequately managing their wastes while in those areas. The initiative targets visitors to the Nairobi National Park, where a one-on-one sensitization is carried.
It is implemented in Partnership with 3Es Experience and the Kenya Wildlife Service with the help of volunteers.
The activities are active during weekends and public holidays.
Climate Change is a problem affected all across the globe. Therefore, everyone has a role to play. Enviro Wild will host a series of discussions by bringing on board different individuals involved in different activities that address climate change.
On April 1, 2020, the COP bureau of the UNFCCC (United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change), with the UK and its Italian partners, decided to postpone the COP26, which was to take place in Glasgow. COP26 was to be hosted by the UK in partnership with Italy in November 2020.
WHO declared COVID-19 a pandemic after it became a global problem. The situation is worsening every day as new cases are recorded. Countries that had previously not registered any coronavirus case have at least one or more trials testing positive while many are in quarantine.
The much anticipated SEforALL Forum, which was to be held in June 2020 in Kigali Rwanda, has been postponed until 16-18 February 2021 because of COVID-19.