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2nd edition of ASPK sustainability meet-up

Last week, on the 28th of March 2019, the Association of Sustainability Practitioners of Kenya (ASPK) organized its second meetup since its inception in August 2019. The 2nd edition...

4 Apr 2019

Launch of Trade for Sustainable Development Hub (T4SD)

Kenya Climate Innovation Center (KCIC) is excited to announce that it is partnering with the International Trade Center (ITC) and Strathmore University Business School to launch a Trade for Sustainable...

28 Mar 2019

KCIC and clients shine at One Planet Summit

On the 14th of March 2019, world leaders gathered in Nairobi for the third installment of the One Planet Summit. Some of the high-profile guests in attendance included President Macron...

26 Mar 2019

Applications open for ClimateLaunchpad green business idea competition

PRESS RELEASE: Nairobi, 13 March, 2019 – ClimateLaunchpad is now welcoming applications in Kenya for the 2019 edition of the world’s largest green business ideas competition. The programme is part...

14 Mar 2019

Solar-powered cold storage for Kenyan farmers with Solar Freeze

Growing up in a rural village in Kenya, Dysmus Kisilu witnessed the many problems facing the farmers in his community. Lacking access to electricity and proper storage facilities, small-scale farmers...

27 Feb 2019

Lifting the veil: Recognizing the important role of climate entrepreneurs in the marketplace

Have we for so long interpreted capitalism too narrowly? As we seek to answer this question, we ought to think clearly about the role and mission of an entrepreneur within...

27 Feb 2019

Rafode Limited receives Early Stage Financing from KCIC

One of the biggest hurdles that entrepreneurs face is accessing capital in the market. As most commercial investors see SMEs as being too risky to finance, it prevents the businesses...

27 Feb 2019

Simatech: Access to clean water through automated vending machines

Access to clean water is an issue that affects millions of people in Kenya. According to water.org, 19 million Kenyans are unable to obtain safe water. Furthermore, the organization...

13 Feb 2019

Creating sustainable communities through permaculture

When Joseph Lentunyoi went to Australia to study organic agriculture and permaculture, he encountered a way interacting with the environment that was much different from his Maasai traditions. Whereas his...

13 Feb 2019

Online mentorship comes to KCIC

Mentors are a vital part of small and growing businesses in any economy. Through mentorship, entrepreneurs get the chance to learn vital business skills and increase both professional and personal...

13 Feb 2019