Project Visit

14 October, 2016 | co2richardstone
Categories: Ethiopia, Kenya

Last month, I returned from a trip to Ethiopia and Kenya where I was able to see projects that are in their infancy but also some of our well-established projects. It was great to see people’s enthusiasm for the projects with the expectation that the projects would make a measurable difference in their lives but… Read the full article >


A word from the Old……

26 August, 2016 | co2mosesmaina
Categories: Improved Cookstoves, Kenya

In the vast county of Taita-Taveta, a small village of Kajire in Sagalla location thrives. And here we meet up with women from Kajire women group who have gathered for their monthly merry go round. With smiles and excitement on their faces they welcome us to their sitting. We introduce ourselves and we begin our… Read the full article >



Making Better Use of My Free Time!

2 November, 2015 | co2mosesmaina
Categories: Improved Cookstoves, Kenya

Rural women largely contribute to agricultural and rural enterprises therefore driving local and global economy which in turn contributes to Sustainable development goals. However, persistent structural constraints such as lack of education and constant exposure to risks of violence hamper their full potential in growing economies around them. In rural areas, women are culturally assigned… Read the full article >


The Treasure of Kaptagat Forest!

27 October, 2015 | co2mosesmaina
Categories: Improved Cookstoves, Kenya

Deforestation is considered to be one of the contributing factors to global climate change. One problem caused by deforestation is the impact on the global carbon cycle. If greenhouse gases are in large enough quantity, they can force climate change. Carbon dioxide (CO2) is the most prevalent greenhouse gas. Trees can help a lot as… Read the full article >



Caring for Future Generations

30 July, 2014 | co2mosesmaina
Categories: Climate Change

May be I should start by asking if you care for future generations-even a little, do you? Carbon Zero has made this its top priority. I guess you must be asking yourself how and why? OK, do you know that nearly three billion people across the globe cook every single day using open, three-stone fires,… Read the full article >


Crossing Fences

23 June, 2014 | co2mosesmaina
Categories: Improved Cookstoves, Kenya

Last week was very busy and full of fieldwork for Carbon Zero team. We were out in the field doing verification for our two CDM projects in Kenya that is in Mathira in Nyeri and Kaptagat in Eldoret. Glad that all went well during the verification process. The field work was characterized by tough walking,… Read the full article >


Headed to Kisumu West

14 June, 2014 | co2mosesmaina
Categories: Improved Cookstoves, Uganda

The past few days have been very busy for Carbon Zero Kenya team. Effectively multitasking to ensure all ongoing projects meet the required high standards and yesterday was not different. A truck full of buckets and port plates left our Nairobi office early in the morning headed to Kisumu West. One may wonder whether Carbon… Read the full article >



Touching Lives in Likoni

27 May, 2014 | co2mosesmaina
Categories: CSR Projects, Kenya

Talk of impacting young lives and you will be talking about co2balance CSR project in Likoni; Shikaadabu primary school. This is a public mixed primary school in the Coastal region of Kenya. In February this year co2balance through its CSR initiatives helped the school put up a fence and agate as a way of giving… Read the full article >