Nairobi city which is under the management of Nairobi Metropolitan Services,NMS have been advised to learn from eldoret Town on environment conservation while building walkways. Unlike Nairobi City,Eldoret town have devised a method to blend nature with development as been shared by Ma3Route in their Twitter account.
In Eldoret,trees have not been cut to pave way for walkway construction. Rather,the trees have been intergrated to form part of the walkway.
"@NMs, this is how eldoret Town are doing their Walkways. In Nairobi,you don't want trees on the riparian Walkways. Impunity to mother nature." The tweet read.
See also the photos of Nairobi walkways:
This comes at a time when the world is fighting climate change that has resulted into devastating climatic and weather patterns. Countries allover the world have been advised to plant more trees,conserve water catchment areas and reduce pollution in the environment that may negatively impact on human livelihoods and other species.
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