This little video illustrates the fun and craziness that we get up to – a visit to the Olerai Conservancy in the Nairobi Park wildebeest dispersal area, and installation of a biogas unit at a Masai homestead.
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No matter what anyone says, the Maasai are one of the main attractions to Kenya. Its not just their spectacular looks, their fierce ways and their big sky wilderness landscapes…the music penetrates the soul. Listen and tell me what you think
I made a mistake in a previous guys – no not about gays or wife beaters, but about Rhoda’s carbon footprint.
It’s actually much smaller than I’d estimated so I’ve made a movie about Rhoda’s Footprint.
Watch it here
Poor people living in African countries are feeling the brunt of global climate change even though it is believed that most Africans cause hardly any green house gas emissions. To find out more about the average Kenyan carbon footprint I spoke to my neighbor Rhoda. Rhoda is a domestic worker and she came to Nairobi from her rural home in search of a job. Like me Rhoda she rents her house, and lives with her husband and one child. What’s her carbon footprint?
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