From a unique attraction; point for bird watching, crocodiles, and its ox-bow shape to a playing field. Lake Kamnarok was once in the limelight for good reasons
Author: Anita Soina Who is Anita Soina? I am Anita Soina, a 20-year-old passionate environmental Warrior. I am a 3rd-year student at Multimedia University, pursuing a bachelor’s of arts in PR and Corporate Communication. I’m also an artist Manager at Shirko Media, Brand Ambassador at Lake Basin Dental and Orthodontic Centre, and digital marketer. I…
Lake Bogoria, formerly known as Lake Hannington, is a closed-basin saline lake formed through tectonic and volcanic activities. It is located south of Lake Baringo and the northern part of the Equator.
My heart and passion are in sustainable travel. Travel that not only respects the local people’s norms and culture but promotes healthy ecosystems and fosters economic growth
I have since taken to Twitter to champion climate action and environmental conservation. Following the mass tree planting at the Gongoni forest in Buda Complex, my colleagues and I established a tree nursery consisting of 28 different indigenous species, amounting to 3300 trees
I started an environmental blog called Nyika Silika in 2012 while still in university to inform my family and friends on my travels and the importance of wildlife conservation
I have been planting trees since I was ten years old! However, I actively engaged in environmental activism when I was in high school through the Environmental Club that I found in 2016. After clearing high school, I found the Tree Growers Association of Kenya, which is based in Kenya.
I am a blogger currently based in Nairobi, Kenya, promoting sustainable living and wildlife conservation through www.chechewinnie.com, which I started in 2017.
I want to show the ugly side of travel and see solutions coming out of it. I have to say that I have seen some amazing ones, such as FliFlopi. (The boat made from hundreds of flip flops)
We are not masters of other creatures on earth; instead, we are successors upon the earth and have a responsibility to ensure we don’t abuse our title and protect the environment for other generations to come. “Indeed, We (God) offered the trust to the heavens and the earth and the mountains, and they declined and…