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Juliana Rotich · May, 2008

Kenyan, I like world music and most things African. Interested in renewable energy sources especially solar.I agree with those who say that the world is one village, and global voices is one hut i am pretty happy to be in!

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Latest posts by Juliana Rotich from May, 2008

Masdar: A Carbon Neutral City Planned in Jordan

Arab Environment Watch posts on news about Masdar, saying “This is exciting news emerging from the planners of Masdar city, the first zero carbon city in the world.”

New Research Programme for Sustainable Decision-making

The Inspired Economy blog writes of a new research program being launched. “It aims to support the world’s decision-makers in their promotion of sustainability and at ensuring that their decision-making...

Kidepo, an unbeaten path in Uganda

Omar Basawad writes of Kidepo National Park, saying “Of all Ugandan national parks and game reserves, Kidepo is the most remote and has the most unique wilderness and terrain.” noting...

Migratory birds in Bahrain

The birdwatcher blog Bahrain Obs posts photos and observes “The number of birds and species passing at Badaan Farm has slowed to a crawl – a few surprises in what's...

Namibia: Womens’ Co-operative Improving Livehoods & The Environment

Changing Climates blog writes of the Eduafano Womens’ Cooperative in Namibia, and their production of oil from a traditional melon in the region. “The economic diversification and resilience-building implications of...

South Africa: Financing The Future

Carbon Copy considers micro-finance as an idea that could help alleviate the energy problems in South Africa, not just in rural off-grid settings, but also urban squatter settlements.

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