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VAT ACT 2013: the big wakeup call

True to our Kenyan Spirit we are now on a new wave after we had a new darling in “Sany” the demolishing king. A few weeks ago, our focus and...

5 Sep 2018

KCIC launches the Association of Sustainability Practitioners in Kenya (ASPK)

The Association of Sustainability Practitioners in Kenya (ASPK) was officially launched last week at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Nairobi. The event which was attended by over 150 business executives...

5 Sep 2018

Value addition of fruits and vegetables

Caroline Mbogo is one of the Climate LaunchPad 2018 finalists. When describing her company during the boot camp training, she had her product in hand; solar-dried fruits that convert what...

5 Sep 2018

Hundreds of eager teens attend the Inspire Leadership event

Given that youth are vital resource to ensuring a more sustainable future and fulfilling the SDGs, KCIC believes it is important to begin now- while they are still teenagers- to...

22 Aug 2018

Coping with climate change in Kenya

Climate change is perhaps the most considerable environmental challenge of our time globally. It affects ecosystems, water and food resources and health among others. The adverse effects on the Kenyan...

22 Aug 2018

Offering clean cooking fuel to low income households

Koko Networks commercially soft-launched its technology suite in Nairobi in mid-2017. KOKO’s first offering to mass-market consumers and local retailers is a liquid ethanol cooking fuel solution.  KOKO deploys networks of “KOKOpoint”...

22 Aug 2018

Season 2 of the Climate Launch Pad: Kenyan edition  

The second season of the Climate Launch Pad (CLP) is here! For the second year Kenya will be hosting the CLP competition which is the world’s biggest green idea competition....

8 Aug 2018

Fixing climate change, one start-up at a time


Largest Global Green Business Ideas Competition kicks off 2018 edition

Nairobi, 8 August 2018– ClimateLaunchpad is the world’s leading green business ideas competition. It is set up to...

8 Aug 2018

How to transition Kenya to a clean-cooking country 

According to the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves, 16,600 people in Kenya alone die every year as a result of exposure to smoke from traditional cookstoves and open fires. Rather...

8 Aug 2018

Tracking the progress in renewable energy and energy efficiency in Kenya

Kenya has an exciting opportunity to be a leader in harvesting sustainable and efficient energy. First of all, the country is naturally endowed with plentiful sunshine that can be converted...

18 Jul 2018