Forestry in the News on Wednesday, March 31, 2010
EA Standard-page 30-an article with the title-“Biogas project improves learning and cuts energy costs at school”
Daily Nation-page 13(The Cutting Edge by The Watchman) a response by Pensions Department official to Micheal Obonyo who had enquired why his late father who was a former Forest Guard has not been paid his pension.
Business Daily-page 15 (letters) a letter by Dr Peter Kuria Ndiba,Lecturer,University of Nairobi titled-“Traffic jams have messed up Nairobi’s green agenda”
The Star- page 3 –An advert by Kenya Forest Service on a running campaign to encourage people to plant trees
Forestry in the News on Tuesday, March 30, 2010
EA Standard-page 12-an article with the title-“Mau settlers urge State to look beyond title deeds”
Page 2 –An advert by Kenya Forest Service on a running campaign to encourage people to plant trees
Daily Nation-page 32 an article with the title-“Street children to plant trees in schools drive”
Kenya Times-page 14(Letters) a letter to the editor by Zachary Mwangi titled-“Ruto should be realistic on Mau evictions”
Business Daily-page 17 an article with the title-“Green’ firms prepare for IPOs”. Several green technology companies are expected to launch initial public offerings this year
The Star-page 5 (Your View) segment-The question being asked today is-“Should Moi be compensated for Mau Forest Land?”
The People Daily-an article with the title-“Bamboo a potential dry land cash crop”
Forestry in the News on Monday, March 29, 2010
EA Standard-page 4-an article with the title-“Pan Paper to reopen any time now, MP says”
Daily Nation-an article with the title-“Mau settlers kick out surveyors”
Page 14(Letters to the Editor)-Justin Osey Peter has written a letter to the editor with the title-“Report the goings on in Mau Forest”
Page 40(Business Pictorial)-a picture of Chairman of the Green Africa Foundation Isaac Kalua and Rev Philip Kitoto of the International Christian Center plant a tree during the launch of the Green Church Initiative in Imara Daima, Nairobi; with the title-“Going Green”.
Page III (Advertising Feature)-a supplement by the County Council of Narok titled-“Investment opportunities abound”. The County Council off Narok plans to develop the Mara Forest as a bird watching site.
Kenya Times-an article with the title-“Forest body to back beach hotels in Mangroves production”
Page 4-an article with the title-“Charcoal trade major threat to Kakamega Forest’s survival”
Business Daily-page 32 an article with the title-“Going green at work”
The Star-page 1, 8 an article with the title-‘Third phase of Mau evictions start this week: Moi to lose Mau land without pay”
The Sunday Express- page 20 an article with the title-“Green energy could help switch KPLC off”
Page 28 (Corporate Images)-a picture of M.A.M Wamwachai, the PS Ministry of Forestry and Wildlife, Dipan and Nishit Mediratta of PG Bison, planting trees at the Nairobi National Park during the launch of the Nairobi Greenline project.
The Saturday People Daily-an article with the title-“Raila states the economic cost of the Climate Change”
The Saturday Standard-page 6 an article with the title-“Rift Valley MPs oppose phase three Mau evictions; seek proper measures to resettle those affected”. Another article with the title-“Sh 210billion needed for climate change, Prime Minister tells donors”
The Standard on Sunday (Twinkle) - an article about the Baobab tree.
Forestry in the News on Friday, March 26, 2010
EA Standard-page 22-an article with the title-“Police unearth brewing den in Forest”