Green Print

SDG 13: Climate Action

Target 13.1: Strengthen resilience and adaptive capacity to climate-related hazards and natural disasters in all countries.

Target 13.3: Improve education, awareness-raising and human and institutional capacity on climate change mitigation, adaptation, impact reduction and early warning.

Project Description:

We recognize that no nation can achieve sustainable peace without managing the environment. Our Green Print Project aims at reducing the Carbon Print as a response to the myriad of environmental concerns. These issues include air pollution, climate change and global warming, sustainable energy, land degradation (land pollution, desertification, and deforestation), soil erosion and conservation, over-exploitation of natural resources, and poor waste management. These issues are serious and if not addressed, will have devastating implications for present and future generations.

Project Activities:

Environmental Awareness and Advocacy
. Conduct forums on environment management.
. Conduct environment management sensitizations.
. Create advocacy on climate change.

Environment Conservation and Preservation
. Promote tree planting.
. Conduct community clean-up activities.
. Initiating waste management income-generating projects.
. Train community on environmental management.
. Initiate environmental livelihood activities.

Key Achievements:

. We run a model community reforestation project in Mau Forest, Njoro.
. We have planted a forest of over 20,000 trees in Mau Forest, Njoro.
. We partner in Tanyai Reforestation project, Nyeri.
. We partner in the Kakamega Forest conservation marathon.
. We organize national environmental clean-ups across universities.
. We organized the Highways No-littering campaign in 2019.

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