Breaking Barriers to Sharing Domestic Chore Burden

15 June, 2020 | co2mosesmaina
Categories: Kenya, Sustainable Development Goals

For many women in Kenya water remains a personal crisis.  Majority of women and girls are overburdened by the many domestic chores assigned to them by society i.e. fetching water, collecting firewood, taking care of children etc.  Women and girls spend disproportionately more time than men fetching water and firewood, farming, caring for children, the… Read the full article >



World Wildlife Day, Africa Environment Day and Wangari Maathai Day 2020

3 March, 2020 | Thomas Devesa
Categories: Kenya, Mangroves, World Days

Today marks the celebration of the UN’s World Wildlife Day alongside Africa Environment Day and Wangari Maathai Day. The 2020 theme for World Wildlife Day is “Sustaining all life on Earth”. Taking inspiration from World Wildlife Day, Africa Environment Day was established by the Organisation of African Unity in 2002 as a way of raising… Read the full article >


Impacting lives through Safe Water in Kenya; Kilifi County

2 October, 2019 | co2mosesmaina
Categories: Kenya, Safe Water

With an approximated of about 50 million people, 41 percent of Kenyans still rely on unimproved water sources, such as ponds, shallow wells and rivers, while 59 percent of Kenyans use unimproved sanitation solutions. These challenges are especially evident in the rural areas and the urban slums. Due to this acute access to safe water challenge many development organizations for years have sunk many boreholes in… Read the full article >



Turning the tide in Africa’s 5000-year fight against desertification

17 June, 2019 | Oscar Lozada
Categories: Climate Change, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya

Did you know that the Sahara Desert used to be green? The vast expanse of dusty desert and blistering sand was, 9000 years ago, a lush green savannah. This period was known as the ‘Neolithic Subpluvial’, a time of mega-lakes surrounded by grasslands and wildebeest and early human settlements[1]. Then, about 5000 years ago, the… Read the full article >


VCS Issuance Kenya Cookstoves 2018!

2 December, 2018 | Ilona
Categories: Improved Cookstoves, Kenya

This year, CO2balance have successfully issued over 30,000 VERs under VCS (now Verra). This applies to efficient cookstove projects in Kenya located in the constituencies of Mathira, Eldoret East, and Keiyo district. The issuance comes 7 years after the initial distribution of cookstoves in these areas. Among the stoves that were distributed was the Carbon… Read the full article >




Impacting Lives in Maungu

15 November, 2017 | co2mosesmaina
Categories: Improved Cookstoves, Kenya

In the Coastal region of Kenya in Shimba hills Carbon zero has distributed over 10,000 energy efficient cook stoves. The stove beneficiaries highly appreciate the many social, health and economic impact that the stoves have had in their lives. The stoves have also led to the protection of the Shimba hills forest that was under… Read the full article >



Transforming Rural Livelihoods

5 October, 2017 | co2mosesmaina
Categories: Improved Cookstoves, Kenya

The Carbon Zero Kenya Aberdares ICS project started in the year 2011, with 10,200 stoves being distributed. Since then company invested in community awaress creation that so locals embrace the use the ICS thus moving from using 3-stone stoves (traditional stoves) to carbon zero improved cook stoves. Speaking to various stove beneficiaries the Carbon Zero… Read the full article >