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Your Green Idea Is What The World Is Waiting For

Do you believe in sustainability? Do you understand what green living is? Are you aware of zero carbon emissions? These may be terms that are rare or unheard of by many people yet they are the very essence of our existence and survival as entities on this planet. Being sustainable starts with the small things,

Inspiring a new generation of creatives in Kenya through an online contest

The European Union Delegation in Kenya has launched a creativity contest online named “#PamojaStrong,” which will run from 15th June to 15th July 2021. The EU and its Member States – Team Europe – believe that we can only tackle some of the greatest challenges of this century, such as climate change and biodiversity loss,

Applications are now open for the GreenBiz programme

From 15th June to 06th July, green entrepreneurs and businesses from Kenya can submit applications for the GreenBiz programme. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark (Danish MoFA) and Kenya Climate Innovation Center (KCIC) have announced that the GreenBiz programme has begun. The programme will run for five years and will support climate-smart innovations to

Eighty-five climate-friendly innovations qualify for #NoWasteChallenge finals

Eighty-five climate-friendly innovations have qualified for the #NoWasteChallenge competition finals announced by What Design Can Do (WDCD). The global-design competition by WDCD and IKEA Foundation, in partnership with Kenya Climate Innovation Centre (KCIC), was launched earlier this year to seek out designers and innovators worldwide to create and find innovations that offer a solution to

KCIC Group holds ‘Akwaaba’ to reset and further build the organisation

KCIC Group yesterday held a team building event best known to the company as ‘Akwaaba’, to unwind after a busy first quarter of the year and also interact physically for the first time after the pandemic hit globally. ‘Akwaaba’ which means welcome in Twi, a language of the  Akan people of Ghana, is an activity

Kenyan innovator introduces Syntropic Farming to rebuild forests cover

Syntropic Farming is a farming revolution from Brazil originated by Ernst Götsch, a Swiss farmer and researcher. It seeks to cultivate resilient ecosystems by regenerating the soil without the need of long term external inputs. Through the biodiversity of the plants, the soil becomes rich and sequesters Carbon. There are no chemicals required as the

KCIC concludes the Vijana na AgriBiz semi-finals

Kenya Climate Innovation Center (KCIC), under the AgriBiz programme on Monday 24th May 2021, virtually conducted the Vijana na AgriBiz semi-finals competition pitting 20 innovations from all over the country. The competition, which seeks to identify and reward innovative youth agripreneurs, selected ten agritech startups to proceed to the finals which will be held on

ClimateLaunchpad competition: KCIC opens call for applications

Kenya Climate Innovation Center (KCIC) has opened its doors for prospective entrepreneurs with clean technology (cleantech) ideas to participate in the ClimateLaunchpad competition, one of the world’s largest green business ideas competition. The engagement is deemed capable of transforming promising ideas that address climate change into impactful businesses. The programme, supported by EIT Climate-KIC and

Solar power brings clean water to the poor in East Africa

“Water is life, sanitation is dignity”—this slogan sums up the development challenges faced by Kenya, which by the early 2000s held the dubious fame of being home to the biggest slum in Africa. The consequences of inadequate access to water and sanitation are particularly devastating in the peri-urban and rural context, where high population density

New invention uses microbes to breakdown waste into valuable resources

It is possible to treat waste at the source and also make it reusable for agricultural purposes. The trick is using specialized bacteria, whose metabolic activities can convert simpler chemicals into valuable products through a microbial growth process. The use of microbes to recycle waste is what a Kenyan based company, Ecosave Africa, is implementing.