Month: July 2014

‘Clean Energy Villages’ in Kenya help protect forests and tackle poverty

‘Clean Energy Villages’ in Kenya help protect forests and tackle poverty

Originally posted on WWF blog How do you cook your food? How do you light your home? Imagine 95% of the people in a village next to a forest depending on firewood for cooking and that most of this cooking is done using inefficient stoves Now imagine they depend on that forest as the main […]

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Tree-planting links Caerphilly school with Uganda

Tree-planting links Caerphilly school with Uganda

A tree will be planted in Glyn-Gaer Primary School today to launch a twinning programme between schools in Wales and Uganda. This tree will link the Caerphilly school with a school in Uganda, where a second tree will be planted. The event will be attended by Apollo Mwenyi, the project manager of 10 Million Trees Project […]

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