One of the ‘World’s Greenest Schools’ is in Hong Kong; the other is in rural Kenya. Check ‘em out.
The Burn cookstove requires minimal fuel, while boiling water faster and producing only half of the carbon emissions of normal stoves.
The Baker Stove eases the transition from open fire pits to more efficient cooking in a way that makes sense for those who will use it.
Using recycled materials and a keen understanding of lion behavior, 13 year-old Richard Turere has nearly eliminated human-animal conflict in his village.
In addition to thwarting the efforts of illegal poachers, the drones could also give the public a bird’s eye view of endangered animals.
$200 and a little elbow grease mean residents of Nyeri, Kenya know the pleasure of safe drinking water available just steps from their door.
Kenya needs power, badly, but a long-planned, much-talked-about 300-megawatt wind farm has been slow to arrive.
The Night Heron Wind Turbine is assembled on site by local manufacturing talent using locally sourced materials, and can power up to 50 rural homes.
The government of Kenya has secured financing to develop a 400-megawatt geothermal power plant to help meet its goal of 5,000 MW of geothermal capacity.
A new pay-as-you-go, off-grid system allows people in rural, developing regions to access solar electricity without having to access a grid.