Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Forestry in the News on Saturday July 31st- October 13th 2010

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Forestry in the news on Saturday, July 31, 2010
The Saturday Nation-page 9 an article with the title-“Joy as paper mills roar back to life”

Forestry in the news on Monday, August 02, 2010
Daily Nation-page 14 a letter to the editor by David Burundi titled-“Save the environment”

Forestry in the news on Tuesday, August 03, 2010
The People Daily-page 18 an article with the title-“71 ha of forests swept by fire in Burundi”
Page 13-an article with the title-“Changing face of farming as many embrace Sericulture”
Page 12-an article with the title-“Pollution rises as forests are depleted”

Forestry in the news on Thursday, August 05, 2010
The People Daily-page 18 an article with the title-Ranger in hospital after being roughed up by mob”
Business Daily-page 12 an article with the title-“Study says biofuel crop can improve earnings of farmers in marginal lands”
Page 13-an article with the title-“Mali and Burkina Faso embrace Jatropha as Kenya dithers”
Page 11-an article with the title-“Climate change remains a serious crisis”

Forestry in the news on Friday, August 06, 2010
The Standard-page 6(Fever pitch) the fixtures for Saturday’s Misitu Golf Day sponsored by Kenya Forest Service at Limuru Golf Club.

Forestry in the news on Tuesday, August 10, 2010
The Standard-page 11 an article with the title-“Michuki picks team to profile catchments”
Page 13-an article with the title-“Municipal council of Busia to plant 300,000 trees”
The People Daily-page 3 an article with the title-“Green ‘gold mines’ wait to be tapped in Kenyan Coast”

Forestry in the news on Thursday, August 12, 2010
The People Daily-page 12 an article with the title-“Scientists reject aerosol geoengineering”
Page 13-ann article with the title-“Conservationists’ alarm on jatropha projects” and another article with the title-“Tackling environmental challenges through observation”
The Standard-page 17(pointblank),pointblank is asking Mr. Wekesa to respond to a letter that he had been sent with the title-“Are these forest rangers dead wood, Mr. Wekesa?”
Page 28-an article with the title-“Scientists show waves of deforestation across region”
Business Daily-page 11 a letter to the editor with the title-“Will clean energy initiatives hurt African countries?”

Forestry in the news on Friday, August 13, 2010
The Standard-page 6(Fever pitch) the fixtures for Saturday’s Misitu Golf Day sponsored by Kenya Forest Service at Windsor Golf Club.
The Daily Nation-page 52 the fixtures for Saturday’s Misitu Golf Day sponsored by Kenya Forest Service at Windsor Golf Club.
The Star-page 19 an article by Raphael Mworia-Head Corporate Communications Kenya Forest Service with the title-“Greens have misled us on conservation”

Forestry in the news on Monday, August 16, 2010
The Star-page 19 an advert by Kenya Forest Service requesting for tender for pump installation, borehole drilling and construction of steel tank at KFS Headquarters –Karura.
The Daily Nation-page 29 an advert by Kenya Forest Service requesting for tender for pump installation, borehole drilling and construction of steel tank at KFS Headquarters –Karura.

Forestry in the news on Tuesday, August 17, 2010
The Standard-page 20 an article with the title-“Kenya slowly turning into desert”
The People Daily-page 24 an article with the title-“UN launches drive to tackle desertification”

Forestry in the news on Wednesday, August 18, 2010
The Standard-page 16(Readers’ Dialogue) a letter to the editor by a reader Leonard Omwenga-“New constitution can save the Mau”
Page 26-an article with the title-“State resumes listing of Ogiek in Mau complex”

Forestry in the news on Thursday, August 19, 2010
The People Daily-page 12 an article with the title-“Protecting plant diversity”
Page 13-an article with the title-“Animal menace hampers forest conservation efforts”
The Standard-page 11 an article with the title-“Settlers launch attempt to stop Ogieks’ census”
Page 24-an article with the title-Nakuru: “Three suspects arrested over illegal logging”
Page 20-an article with the title-Gucha: Form three student dies in logging accident”. A form three student died after a tree he was helping to pull down fell on him.
The Star-page 10 an article with the title-“Six sue too bar census of the Ogiek in Mau”

Forestry in the news on Monday, August 23, 2010
The Star-page 4 an article with the title-“10-year logging ban to be lifted, says minister”
The Daily Nation-page 32 an advert by Kenya Forest Service on a sale of forest Road protected land by Kenya –Re.
Page XII, 12, XI,-adverts by Kenya Forest Service requesting for consultancy services for Miti Mingi Maisha Bora Programme.
Page 6-an article with the title-“Saw millers upbeat over plan to lift logging ban”

Forestry in the news on Tuesday, August 24, 2010
The People Daily-page 9 an article with the title-“Marakwet leaders want squatters resettled”
The Daily Nation-page 28 an article with the title-“Forest Service tells off Kenya Re over piece of land”
Page 10-an article with the title-“Sh 36 billion trees wasted due to ban on logging”
Business Daily-an article with the title-“Environmental threat poses challenge”

Forestry in the news on Monday, August 30, 2010
The East African-page 30 an article with the title-“Biofuels don’t threaten food security-study”
Page 3o-an article with the title-“Greenheart, the wonder tree, can sprout money if spared the axe
Forestry in the news on Tuesday, August 31, 2010
Daily Nation-page 34 an article with the title-Boost to drugs war as police find bhang plantation inside forest
Page 8-an article with the title-“20,000 resist eviction from Ngong Hills”
The Standard –page 8 an article with the title-“Locals thwart eviction attempt”

Forestry in the news on Wednesday, September, 01 2010
Daily Nation-page 9 an article with the title- “EU urged to drop biofuel crop targets”
Forestry in the news on Thursday, September, 02 2010
The Standard-page 20 an article with the title-“Ogiek census results likely to kick another storm over Mau evictions”
Page 17(Pointblank)-Mr Kiprutto Kiplagat is enquiring from Kenya Forest if they are aware of the forest grabbing in Kipkabus forest
The People Daily-page 9 an article with the title-“Using skills to draw pn climate cash”
Page 9 an article with the title-“Vacate notice to forest dwellers”

Forestry in the news on Friday, September, 03 2010
The Standard-page 6(Fever pitch) the fixtures for Saturday’s Misitu Golf Day sponsored by Kenya Forest Service at Nakuru Golf Club.
The Daily Nation-page 52 the fixtures for Saturday’s Misitu Golf Day sponsored by Kenya Forest Service at Nakuru Golf Club.
The Star-page 4 an article with the title-“Maasai farmers in bid to block eviction from Ngong”

Forestry in the news on Sunday, September, 05 2010
The Sunday Nation-page 9 an article with the title-“Why Mau restoration has stalled”

Forestry in the news on Monday, September, 06 2010
The Standard –page 11 an article with the title-“Gideon wants forest evictees resettled”


Forestry in the news on Wednesday, September, 08 2010
The Standard –page 20 an article with the title-“Unep strategy to reduce carbon emission levels”
The Star-page 8 an advert on a conference on biodiversity, land use and climate change to be held at hotel intercontinental in Nairobi from 15-17 September 2010
Forestry in the news on Monday, September, 13 2010
The People Daily-page 4 an article with the title-“KFS impounds stolen timber”

Forestry in the news on Friday, September, 18 2010
The Standard-page 6(Fever pitch) the fixtures for Saturday’s Misitu Golf Day sponsored by Kenya Forest Service at Railway Golf Club.
The Daily Nation-page 52 the fixtures for Saturday’s Misitu Golf Day sponsored by Kenya Forest Service at Railway Golf Club.

Forestry in the news on Monday, September, 20 2010
Business Daily-page 30 an article with the title-“Great law on environment, but needs fine tuning”
Page 18 –an article with the title-“Ethiopia greening drive gathers pace”
The People Daily-page 15 an article with the title-“Conservation framework needed to protect Kenyan Biobiversity”
Kenya Today-page 3 an article with the title-“New tree planting technology launched”
The East African-page 31 an article with the title-“Plans underway to pay those who protect forests”
The Star-page 6 an article with the title-“800 year –old Mtwapa site could be ruined”
The Daily Nation-page 30 an article with the title-“Panpaper faces closure due to lack of funding”

Forestry in the news on Thursday, September, 23 2010
The People Daily-page 9 an article with the title-“Logger fined Sh 50,00o”
Page 12-an article with the title-“Merging poverty and environment issues kills two birds with one stone”
Page 13-an article with the title-“Conference calls for updated biodiversity policy”
Page 11-an article with the title-“Dakatcha biofuel project on hold”
The Star-page 11 an article with the title-“Egerton set to transform Mau Forest, Njoro River”
Page 23-an article with the title-“Treasury blocking final restoration of Mau Forest”
The Standard-page 32 an advert by Kenya Forest Service on tendering for supply of fifteen Double cab Pickups and one Heavy Duty 4x4 Body Vehicle
The Daily Nation-page 11 an advert by Kenya Forest Service on tendering for supply of fifteen Double cab Pickups and one Heavy Duty 4x4 Body Vehicle
The Standard –page 20 an article with the title-“Forest officials sue AG over torture”

Forestry in the news on Friday, September, 24 2010
The Standard-page 6(Fever pitch) the fixtures for Saturday’s Misitu Golf Day sponsored by Kenya Forest Service at Muthaiga Golf Club.
The Daily Nation-page 52 the fixtures for Saturday’s Misitu Golf series sponsored by Kenya Forest Service at Muthaiga Golf Club.

Forestry in the news on Monday, September, 27 2010
The Standard-page 32 a picture of Uchumi Supermarket MD Jonathan Ciano planting a tree at Pwani Oil products firm factory at Jomvu Mombasa
The Daily Nation-page 3 an article with the title-“Green Development at strathmore”
Page 25-an article with the title-“Kenya could save billions from palm tree farming, says Kari”
The Star-page 11 a supplement on the activities of KEFRI

Forestry in the news on Tuesday, September, 28 2010
Business Daily-page 31 the list of winners of Misitu Golf series sponsored by Kenya Forest Service at Muthaiga Golf Club.
Page 11-an article with the title-“Green revolution needs local and global solutions”
The Daily Nation-page 32 an article with the title-“Council in row with police over seized timber”
Page 28- an article with the title-“Unep roots for green energy and Sh2m shot in the arm for Ngong forest sanctuary”
Forestry in the news on Wednesday, September, 29 2010
The Standard-page 13 an article with the title-“Leaders, traders want ban on logging lifted”
The Star-page 12 an article with the title-“Jatropha farm must give scientific proof”
Forestry in the news on Thursday, September, 30 2010
The Star-page 6 an article with the title-“Youths attack pastor over jatropha project”
Page 7-an article with the title-“Factories go green as power costs rise”
The People Daily-page 12 an article with the title-“Search for other sources of fuel”
The Standard-page 20 an article with the title-“Mau Forest evictees still living in camps”


Forestry in the news on Saturday, October 02, 2010
Saturday Nation –page 5 an article with the title-“You’ve 90 days to act on forests, KFS told”
Page 9-an article with the title-“Panpaper workers call off protest over pay arrears”
The Star-page 10 an article with the title-“Mau Forest rehabilitation boosts water levels”
The Daily Nation-page 10 an article with the title-“Bad roads hurt efforts to protect Mau Forest
Page 28- a picture of Mr.Silvance Nono Co-op bank head of government banking and Mr Hudson Mukanga from the Ministry of Environment, planting a tree during a tree planting activity in Donholm Estate. The bank has embarked on the drive to make Kenya green.
The People Daily-Page 16 a picture of Mr.Silvance Nono Co-op bank head of government banking and Mr. Hudson Mukanga from the Ministry of Environment, planting a tree during a tree planting activity in Donholm Estate. The bank has embarked on the drive to make



Forestry in the news on Tuesday, October 05, 2010
The Standard-page 29 an article with the title-“Mau talks disappears from national rader”
The Daily Nation (Smart Company)-page 3 an article with the title-“Climate change forces review of Vision 2030”


Forestry in the news on Wednesday, October 06, 2010
The Star-page 10 an article with the title-Outdated farming methods a threat to Mau, says Nema”
Business Daily-page 10, 11 an article with the title-“World’s first zero –carbon city opens its door in the Arabian desert” and another article with the title “United Nations changes strategy in drive to curb carbon emissions”

Forestry in the news on Thursday, October 07, 2010
The Daily Nation-page 23 an article with the title-“Pan Paper shuts down again”
Forestry in the news on Friday, October 08, 2010
Daily Nation-Page 15 an article with the title-“Experts raise the red flag over forest loss”

Forestry in the news on Saturday, October 09, 2010
Saturday Nation-page 6 an article with the title-“State issues one week quit notice to forest ‘invaders’ 




Forestry in the news on Monday, October 11, 2010
Business Daily-page 17 an article with the title-“Indonesia feels heat after cutting trees”
The Star-page 11 an article with the title-“Charcoal burners to be licensed in Trans Mara West” and“Herders in Ndunduri forest want more time”
Daily Nation-Page 10 an article with the title-“Mau settlers vow to resist fresh evictions”

Forestry in the news on Tuesday, October 12, 2010
Daily Nation-Page 8 an article with the title-We’ll get you land, ex-Mau settlers told”
The Star-page 1 and 8 an article with the title-“Kinale Forest is a slaughter site –police”
Page- 1o an article with the title-“Squatters have two days to quit Maasai Mau”
The People Daily-page 10 an article with the title-“Evicted families seek help”. Families evicted from Mau forest are seeking help after being left out in the cold.

Forestry in the news on Wednesday, October 13, 2010
Business Daily-page 17 an article with the title-“Can research strike a balance between growing demands for food and biofuel?”
Daily Nation-Page 32 an article with the title-“Ban of cattle in forest raises storm”. Ban of cattle herding in Mt Kenya Forest has sparked protests by about 700 animal owners in the larger Kirinyaga District.

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