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Taking a breather to connect with the @MeshaScience journalists at #COP28 !

C'est un plaisir de nous connecter avec les journalistes de @MeshaScience à la #COP28 !

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Kenya's Naiyan Jebet Kiplagat leader of Paran Women's Group Narok County displays recognition certificate after group won Gender Just Climate Solutions Award @ COP28 Dubai,United Arab Emirates
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Climate justice activists protest at the COP28 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates @COP28_UAE @MeshaScience
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Members of a Beach Management Unit (BMU) make artificial reefs at the training workshop in Kwale County, Kenya’s coast - Photo Credit | Ruth Keah

Communities use modern technologies in restoring coral reefs

BBy Ruth Keah –

Moimuna Aboud stands poised in her diving gear, prepared to embark on a remarkable underwater journey.

For two years, the dedicated member of the Wasini Beach Management Unit (BMU) in Shimoni, Kwale County, epitomises the spirit of a health promoter determined to enlighten her community about the importance of preserving the delicate dry land and vibrant ocean ecosystems.


Pg4) Paul Gacheru, Programme Manager at Nature Kenya, makes a presentation during a MESHA science media cafe on biodiversity in Nairobi. (Credit_ Njeri Murigi) (1)

New power infrastructure – big threat for birds

By Njeri Murigi –

Kihansi spray toad was discovered in 1996 in Tanzania in a five acre micro-habitat created by the spray of nearby waterfalls in the Kihansi Gorge.

In 1999, the construction of a hydroelectric dam in the gorge dramatically changed the Kihansi spray toad’s habitat. By 2009 the toad was declared extinct in the wild by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).


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