MERRY CHRISTMAS

YOUR VERSE OF THE YEAR “For unto us, a child is born, unto us a son isgiven; and the government will be upon Hisshoulders. And His name will be called WonderfulCounselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, andPrince of Peace. Of the increase of Hisgovernment and peace there will be noend………”Isaiah 9: 6-7 …………………………………………………………………MUTUA PATRICK NZOKA, OGWDirector General

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ENJOYING THE FESTIVE SEASON RESPONSIBLY

To our clients and friends, the environmentalist family welcomes you to this 6th edition of our Bulletin. I wish to extend our sincere thanks to you for your cooperation and partnership during the year. We thank the national government, non-governmental organizations, the 47 county governments, the religious institutions, and individual Kenyans of all walks of life for chivalrously supporting us in our environmental management accomplishments. Indeed, together, we made 2020

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WORK FROM HOME

In most developed countries, common people like us have homes with small families, dogs, tables, computers, Internet connectivity, electricity, and the network is good. Working remotely is not starting with COVI-19. It has been happening. The Kenyan situation is different. Most workers hawk their wares, are cleaners or watchmen, account clerks, and farmers. They live in shared places that are sitting places during the day and bedrooms at night. The

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INDOOR AIR POLLUTION – THE CANCER FACTOR

Kenyans want to forget the July 2019 cancer robbery in haste.  First, it was Bob Collymore, Second, Hon. Ken Okoth and Finally, Hon. Joyce Laboso. Before the July deaths, Kenyans remember the cancer deaths of Prof. Wangari Maathai, Nicholas Biwott, Grace Kipchoim, Francis Nyenze, Francis Nzoka, Calestous Juma, Nderitu Gachagua, David Mwiraria, and many other great Kenyans across all societal levels. According to the National Cancer Institute of Kenya (NCI-

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THE NEW GREEN BUILDING STRATEGIES

Property investors and engineers are continually looking for new methodologies to build sustainable structures that attract residents and buyers while advancing ‘green value’. Investments in green structures can create increased income. Green buildings guarantee increased rents, high work performance, fewer chances of reduced income, and higher tenant occupancy. Studies have indicated that Green buildings lead to longer life expectancy and better health. Green properties are preferred by clients and enjoy

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SECURITY AND SAFETY TOPS DRIVERS OF DEMAND FOR PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT

During the period 2018-2022, the Kenya Government plans to commit a total of shillings 1 trillion funded by the middle and the high-class citizens through taxes, to be utilized towards the construction of 1 million low-cost housing for the poor. This translates to 200,000 units a year. The government’s focus is on its vulnerable citizenry. The Private investor motivation is on prime developments that are low risk with predictable return

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THE GREEN BUILDING

In Africa, the lifeblood of research and development is inadequate but innovative ideas are reaching us in time, courtesy of advancement in Internet connectivity. In Kenya, there is increasing realization in the construction sector that adopting green building concepts provide property developers and managers, estate Agents, property buyers, tenants and other users unique properties distinguished by eco-friendly features with high property demand, higher rental incomes and drastically subsidized by mother

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