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It is no news that trees contribute to reducing the climate threat. Already in the IPCC report from 2018, it was stated that approximately 1 billion hectares of additional forest would be required. This corresponds to about 2 billion football fields with forest, or an area the size of the USA. But according to a […]

VIP visit to Kiambere

Published: 2019-07-01|
On the 22nd of February of 2019, Better Globe Forestry (BGF) was proud to host a delegation of VIPs to its plantation in Kiambere, headed by the Cabinet Secretary (CS) for Environment & Forestry, Hon. Keriako Tobiko. Also present were Dr. Jane Njuguna, Ag Director of the Kenya Forestry Research Institute (KEFRI) and other leaders […]

New website!

Published: 2019-04-24|
It is with great pleasure that we launch this new website. For a long time, our goal has been to be able to show you all the positive changes that your savings and your trees contribute to. The donation packages and trees that you buy really make a big difference on site. On our new […]

Short rains

Published: 2019-03-19|
Late last year (2nd November), Better Globe Forestry hosted the launch of the Government’s short rains tree planting programme at Kanduya sub-location, Mwingi north constituency. Confusingly, the so-called “short rains” are actually the main rains for the area concerned. The months of October, November and beginning of December, is the principal planting season for both […]
In 2013, KenGen Foundation and Better Globe Foresty started a forest planting project to combat desertification in Kenya’s dry and semi-arid lands, especially in the Seven Forks area. The project was designed to encourage and enable schools to participate in environmental activities by exploiting small forests and tree plantations, which brings several benefits to their […]