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What is your name?
Anne
What organisation do you work for?
BBC
What country are you based in?
Kenya
Please summarise your areas of climate-change expertise (in terms of subjects and geographical areas)
I'm a journalist. I intend to benefit from the experts in this forum.
What is your telephone number?
+254 720 737096
Do you have a Skype account?
Nope
Which languages can you give interviews in?
English, Swahili
What is your website address?
http://www.bbc.co.uk
Please use this section to introduce yourself in more detail so the administrator can decide whether to approve your membership
My name is Anne Mawathe, I'm a BBC journalist based in Kenya.

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Kenya's Former President Doesn't know the connection between tree's and rain?

Watching news this days has become a dreadful exercise.....and so is reading newspapers.....And I'm a journalist so I got to keep up to date.....



it is easy to think that we are in the 14th Century where forests were in abundance if you are watching news.... You would excuse those who lived then for wondering why the heck conservation is an issue.



Times have changed. Kenya's former president Moi hasnt. He is asking Kenyans not to link the Mau Forest, one of the country's… Continue

Posted on December 3, 2009 at 13:00

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At 16:01 on April 7, 2010, Estephan Wagner said…
Thanks Anne,
my e-mail is docs@estephanwagner.com
Looking forward to hear from you
E
At 15:22 on April 7, 2010, Estephan Wagner said…
Hi Anne,
Thanks for getting back to me.
I have researched a lot about the returning decertifications in Kenya, and how they affects the human population.
As I want to relate the changing environment to migration I would like
to find a village or an area where some people are thinking about
leaving to find a better future elsewhere. Maybe migrating to Nairobi. I guess that it happens in several places, and it might be difficult to anticipate where and when. But maybe you can help in finding some. Or you might know somebody who knows many villages in the drought affected rural areas and could recommend a place.
Friends at InterClimate in Nairobi have suggested to me to go to the Kajiado region. Do you know that area? Could you suggest some specific areas there? Or any other place you think could be better?

Any ideas are welcome, any suggestions for places or any people I
could contact, any websites I should read, everything is useful!

Best wishes,

Estephan
 
 
 

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