The Green Economy is defined as low carbon, resource efficient and socially inclusive. This statement was first coined by a group of leading environmental economists in the Blueprint for a Green Economy in 1989 for the United Kingdom. The Green Economy is aimed at reducing environmental risks posed by business and ecological scarcities while driving sustainable development without degrading the environmental landscape. This serves as a vehicle to achieve the SDGs and propel the transition to low carbon, resource efficient and inclusive economies.

Keilot Experiential Learning Programs session: Students at Daraja Cademy

The Keilot Experiential Learning Program for Learning institutions, promotes eco-schools that use renewable energy for their cooking solutions, energy solutions and water solutions. Using these technologies and implementation of green economy within the school society: education, adoption, and implementation of the commitments of the SDGs is achieved. This is because we believe that the school is an influential platform in a community to promote social change, environmental awareness, and economic sustainability for the community at large. We offer training to the school staff and students on the importance of environmental sustainability through a curriculum that promotes education for sustainable development. This empowers the trainees to come up with solutions collectively and cohesively to the problems that they face.

Students at Daraja Academy undertaking practical sessions on sustainable farm management

Learning institutions use tonnes of firewood and charcoal for cooking, contributing to air pollution and subsequent global warming, and exposing the workers to smoke related health problems. The Home biogas solution replaces the use of firewood by converting kitchen and farmyard wastes into cooking gas lowering carbon emissions. Moreover, the technology gives free organic and liquid bio-fertilizer that promotes plant growth and soil health.

The schools program aims to promote uptake of green energy technologies such as solar Pvs, home biogas solutions and water purification systems. Thus, promoting environmental learning, reduce pollution, promote community learning and collective action as well as promote food production and income generation. 

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