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Why You Should Join a Professional Body

Jul 15, 2019

Why You Should Join a Professional Body

Members of different practices and professions in Kenya need to coalesce and collectively aim at solving a problem within their field of practice. Whereas there are several professional bodies in Kenya, numerous careers and practices are yet to establish societies where they can synergize on, not only their career advancements, but also solving a challenge or two in the Kenya community.

Trees Are Capable of Taking in Heavy Metals

Jul 11, 2019

Trees Are Capable of Taking in Heavy Metals

The advent of human civilization which has seen astounding advancements in all spheres of life has brought up climate ruination through pollution. Pollution ensues with every human desire to better their life at the expense of the environment. The growing deterioration of the environment now necessitates appropriate mitigation measures such as the circular technology and green economies.

SMEs Too Have Great Potential for Export Business

Jul 10, 2019

SMEs Too Have Great Potential for Export Business

Engaging in export business for Small and Micro Enterprises (SMEs) gives them a sense of superiority within their sectors. There has however been a long-held belief, albeit lopsidedly, that export business is a preserve of large companies.  This has had many SMEs shy away from it. A report by the World Trade Organization (WTO) in 2016 indicated that only 3% of SMEs internationally were exporting compared to 14 percent of the larger enterprises.

Let us Protect Insects from Possible Destruction

Jul 01, 2019

Let us Protect Insects from Possible Destruction

Some insects are a human bother, they hover around our personal spaces, sting, bite and are disease vectors. Maybe we would fantasize of a world without insects. However, others are industrious, working restlessly to sustain the ecosystem, so invaluable that the human agroindustry is pegged on them. In essence, there are about a million named insects globally with possibilities of ten million unknown species.

The Nature and Policy/Legal Foundations of Budgeting

Jun 24, 2019

The Nature and Policy/Legal Foundations of Budgeting

National budgeting involves the making and implementing of public decisions regarding resource mobilization, allocation and utilization. The budget is a good indicator of a government’s policies and priorities. It serves the functions of ‘collection and allocation of scarce resources to priority sectors, provision of goods and services and redistribution of incomes. The Institute of Economic Affairs notes: 

Achieving 10% Forest Cover Key to Combating Desertification

Jun 19, 2019

Achieving 10% Forest Cover Key to Combating Desertification

Land is key to supporting livelihoods not only in our country but the world over. Land is the source of food and energy.  From it we also create wealth and grow economies. Sadly, the contribution of land to our lives and to the economy continues to be threatened by soil degradation owing to climate change and rapid desertification.   

Plastics Use Poses Lifelong Consequences

Jun 13, 2019

Plastics Use Poses Lifelong Consequences

Human evolution inspired by need, scientific curiosity and serendipity has partially been defined by tools and materials used by man. In the wake of the contemporary technological advancement, human civilization has seen gradual shifts from conventional stone and metal use into the extensive use of plastics.

Research your way to the top

Jun 10, 2019

Research your way to the top

The easiest way to fail your business is to exist in a vacuum and not be aware of the things happening within your sector and beyond. Research ensures a business remains competitive through the understanding of the business environment. It also enables the understanding of what may happen in the near and which may affect the business.

Conserve the Environment to Make the Earth More Sustainable

Jun 10, 2019

Conserve the Environment to Make the Earth More Sustainable

The world commemorated the World Environment Day on Wednesday 5th June with a rallying call to beat air pollution. This came at a time when environmental issues have taken center stage on the development scene locally and internationally. Just recently, while leading a tree planting exercise at State House, President Kenyatta encouraged Kenyans to take advantage of the ongoing long rains and plant trees as a way of tackling climate change.