Thursday, March 25, 2010

Forestry in the News on 23rd Tuesday, 24th Wednesday & 25th Thursday, March, 2010



Forestry in the News on Thursday, March 25, 2010

EA Standard-page 52-an advert by Kenya Forest Service seeking a consultancy to help in setting up the Forest Management & Conservation Fund as envisaged in the Forest Act Section 18

The People Daily-page 11 an article with the title-“Mau tree planting to start next week”
Page 12 an article with the title-“Are new biofuels the ethical answer?”
Page 13 an article with the title-“Climate change with regard to urbanization”

Business Daily-page 32(Environment News)-an article with the title-“France drops carbon tax plan”

Daily Nation-page 6 an article with the title-“Drive to save Mau enters new stage”
Page 35-an advert by Kenya Forest Service seeking a consultancy to help in setting up the Forest Management & Conservation Fund as envisaged in the Forest Act Section 18

Forestry in the News on Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Kenya Times-Page 18 an article with the title-“Role of Water Towers in conservation”

 EA Standard-page 10(CCI) A story about a man who was sentenced for 8 months for stealing and a panga. The story is titled-“Axe thief to split wood for eight months”.

The Star-page an article with the title-“Soldiers and Green Belt to plant 2 million trees”, accompanied by a picture of Forestry Assistant Minister Joseph Nanok at Marmanet Forest.

Forestry in the News on Tuesday, March 23, 2010

The Daily Nation-page 14(The letters to the Editor –a letter by Erick Kizito titled “renewable energy”

Kenya Times-Page 5 an article with the title-“GreenBelt to plant 2m trees in Central Kenya”

EA Standard-page 2(Financial Journal)-a picture with the caption-“Tree felling gone awry” of two KPLC employees recovering power conductors that were destroyed when a eucalyptus tree fell on it.
Page-4 (Financial Journal)-a picture of Pan African Paper Mills under the article titled-“Behind dark history of receiverships”

Taifa Leo-ukurasa wa pili-picha ya Mzee Kipkoros Tapokoi akitabasamu wakati wa mkutano katika eneo la Mariashoni ,Molo kufuatia hatua ya serikali kuipa jamii ya Ogiek fursa ya kuchagua baraza la wazee watakaojumuika na kamati ya kusimamia kurudishwa kwa msitu wa Maukatika hali yake ya awali.

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