If Congress okays Trump’s USAID cuts, Kenyans worry the only wildlife forensics lab in East Africa will close and ranger jobs vanish, threatening the environment.
Articles by Gitonga Njeru
Charles Gitonga Njeru is a Journalist who writes a lot on the environment. His stories have appeared in the BBC, The Guardian, The Africa Report, Thomson Reuters, Chinafrica Magazine, Eurofruit Magazine and several other outlets.
Early this year Kenyan authorities tightened restrictions on the trade and export of several snake species, including two of the world's deadliest vipers. The decision follows a resolution to list…
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