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Panda Labs

PandaLabs Update

Three prototypes have been chosen by the PandaLabs selection committee, following the Launch of WWF – Kenya decentralised innovation accelerator, ...

16 Oct 2018 Read more »
Lamu Spatial Plan

Why we need to include people and marine wildlife in our planning

Kenya recently launched a National Spatial Plan, which is the first of its kind in history. This is a plan detailing the distribution of activities ...

16 Oct 2018 Read more »
Plastic litter washed up on Watamu beach

Together for a Plastic Free Ocean

The science is clear. If the status of marine litter continues unabated, there will be more plastic in the oceans than fish by the year 2050.

16 Oct 2018 Read more »
Peter Lokitela from WWF-Kenya trains conservancy rangers during early morning drills at the Ololaimutia ranger post at the border of Mara Siana conservancy. Mara Siana, Kenya.

Empowering Community Rangers to Boost Elephant Conservation in the Mara

It is 6:00 a.m. and rangers call up at Saparingo outpost at the edge of Nyakweri forest in Kenya’s Narok county. It is also fondly referred to as the ...

16 Oct 2018 Read more »