A struggle for clean streets and sustainable water provision

Justica Ambiental’s work with the CCAA project was featured in an article by Isabella da Luz in the Swedish magazine Miljotidningen.

Small Gestures – Big Changes is the name of a pilot project that Friends of the Earth Mozambique, Justiça Ambiental (JA) is implementing in schools in Maputo. “It’s especially important to educate young people about environmental issues, as they have a chance to affect Mozambique’s development in the future,” says Nilza Matavel, a CCAA project Research Assistant in Mozambique, and this pilot project’s leader.

To read more in Swedish, click on the following link: A struggle for clean streets and sustainable water provision

 

 

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“Redefining water governance in Nairobi in times of climate change” a talk by Stephen Otieno

Stephen Otieno — MA candidate at the University of Nairobi, CIGI Scholar, and Visiting Scholar at the Faculty of Environmental Studies (FES) at York University — spoke today at FES regarding water governance challenges in Nairobi and how climate change is affecting this city.

To watch Stephen’s presentation, please click on the following link: http://connect.yorku.ca/p56213524/

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Water Cartels in Nairobi: Necessary Public Good or Threat to Resource Governance?

Stephen Otieno, MA candidate at the University of Nairobi, CIGI Scholar and Visiting Scholar at York University’s Faculty of Environmental Studies, publishes controversial blog post on water cartels in Nairobi. To read the article, please click on the following link: http://www.africaportal.org/blogs/community-practice/water-cartels-nairobi-public-good-or-threat-water-governance

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