WHAT WE HAVE BEEN UP TO
Kenya will soon convert hyacinth and organic waste into clean green energy. The local communities living in western Kenya around Dunga beach Lake Victoria will convert what is considered a 'menace' water hyacinth and the organic waste into clean green energy in a...read more
We humans are the only creatures on Planet Earth that produce #waste. In fact, we invented the word “waste”. Before us, absolutely everything was recycled. Now, because of our #farming practices and #food chain distribution, everything we touch has “waste”.read more
what is available on mass in the immediate surroundings in Kakuma Refugee Camp is the prolific Prosopis Juliflora – locally known as “Mathenge”. Considered as a nasty invasive “weed”, we view Mathenge as a mega opportunity waiting to happen, an untapped natural resource that regenerates at such a prolific rate, which managed well, will meet all the energy demands of the camp, micro industries and beyond.read more
” The #Earth provides enough to satisfy every mans need, but not for every mans greed.” – Wangari Mathai
Let’s protect our #environment for a better tomorrow.
In developing countries, as Lucky Dube (RIP) put it, Education is the Key. But education is useless if you cannot concentrate because you are hungry, or you are sick. HUNGER Food is not the problem. Fuel to cook it is. DISEASE Then there are those disgusting stinky...read more
Flexi Biogas Commercial system T-rex goes to Kakuma Refugee camp in Northern Kenya. The system runs on #invasiveSpecies known as Prosopis juliflora popularly know as Mathenge as feedstock, producing biogas that is used by the refugees.read more