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Juliana Rotich · June, 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 June, 2008

African Pioneers Win Green Energy Prize

The African Uptimist congratulates three African companies for winning the 2008 Ashden Awards.

South African Wind Farm Project begins

The Urbansprout reports “SA's first renewable energy power initiative feeding into the national grid was officially powered up on Friday. The R75-million Darling Wind Farm consists of four turbines of...

Renewable Energy ‘Supercenter’ at Tel-Aviv University

The Green Prophet blogs about the announcement by Tel-Aviv University. “The proposed Supercenter “will be much more than a hatchery for new clean technologies,” said Prof. Abraham Kribus, an engineer...

Egyptian Blogger Faces a Defamation Case for Highlighting environmental pollution

The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information reports on the first defamation case against the blogger Tamer Mabrouk – Elhakika blog, by a company called ‘Trust Chemicals’. “This case aims...

Mobile Phone Technology for Environmental Activism

Mobile phones are becoming an important tool for environmental activists around the world. Activists are developing new technological strategies in order to do things like educate consumers about the impact...

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