By Jeckonia Otieno, Giants Club African Conservation Fellow, The Standard. Published 9 March 2019. Recently, Environment Cabinet Secretary Keriako Tobiko ordered for the prosecution of polluters of rivers flowing through Nairobi. This deserves support from all quarters since it is a health and aesthetic issue. That said, Mr Tobiko needs a reminder that he is […]
By Caroline Chebet, Giants Club African Conservation Fellow, The Standard. Published 10 March 2019. A decades-old tree hangs precariously on the edge as flames consume its roots, slowly smoking life out the home of hundreds of birds at Lake Kamnarok National Reserve in Baringo County. Just around the tottering giant, are humongous trees reduced to […]
By Caroline Chebet, Giants Club African Conservation Fellow, The Standard. Published 10 March 2019. A decade-old tree hangs precariously as it burns from the roots, the fire slowly smoking life out of the tree that houses tens of nests.
By Pamela Amia, Giants Club African Conservation Fellow, ChimpReports. Published 9 March 2019. Human-wildlife conflict in Uganda has over the years been escalating between communities living in and around protected areas mainly around Queen Elizabeth National Park which is located in South Western part of Uganda.
CAROLINE CHEBET, a reporter for Kenya’s daily newspaper The Standard, was one of our first Giants Club African Conservation Journalism Fellows. Here she reflects on her first year taking part. I joined the Giants Club Fellowship programme in December 2017, several months after I started working for the Standard Group. I remember being so […]