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Juliana Rotich · August, 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 August, 2008

Environment: Energy and Conservation News from Blogs around the world

In this post from GV environment, we check in with bloggers around the world who are writing on diverse topics; from ornithology, energy efficiency to forest preservation. The Bahraini ornithologist...

Environment: Recycling Beach Waste

Karen Chernick writes at the Green Prophet blog, about the initiative to clean up the beach and recycle plastic waste, an initiative of major beverage companies in Israel.

Environment: Oil Prospecting in Uganda

Omar of Safarinotes looks at Uganda's quest for Oil, saying “Environmentally, while prospecting for oil, Uganda has to take great care in protecting its other great natural resources: water, land...

Environment: Pros and Cons of Energy Saving Light Bulbs

Faced with increased electricity costs in Kenya, the blogger Intelligentsia considers the benefits and considerations to keep in mind when switching to CFLs (Compact Flourescent Lamp or Light bulb)

Environment: GM (Genetically Modified) Potato Protest

The Urbansprout believes in a strategy of activism that supports positive initiatives, while also campaigning against the status quo.

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