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Facing COVID-19 and climate threats, Nairobi ramps up green efforts
by Wesley Langat
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14 August 2020
On 14 August 2020 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
A government effort to better protect and restore parks in the city -- particularly along the Nairobi River -- is now having a significant payoff, not just in jobs but in green spaces to beat the heat and cope with virus restrictions, backers say. The effort is part of a broader push to expand green infrastructure in Kenya's capital, including ensuring widened road corridors have good sidewalks and drainage to prevent flooding, as well as more trees.
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