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Fade Kanye West Creative Vision by Kanye West Directed by Eli Linnetz Produced by Iconoclast Executive Producer: Kathleen Heffernan Director of Photography: Guillermo Navarro Production Design: Tino Shaedler Styling: Renelou Pandora Choreography by Guapo, Jae Blaze, Derek 'Bentley' Watkins Editor: Adam Robinson Color: Sofie Borup VFX: Gloria FX Music video by Kanye West performing Fade. (C) 2016 Getting Out Our Dreams II, LLC, distributed by Def Jam, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc., 1755 Broadway, New York, New York 10019. Good Music ™ and associated logo are trademarks of Mascotte Holdings, Inc. All rights reserved http://vevo.ly/YAFE8O
Learn more: http://pulitzercenter.org/projects/kenya-nairobi-dandora-waste-management-public-health-poverty-sanitation-crisis Pulitzer Center grantee Micah Albert discusses Kenya's Dandora Municipal Dump Site located in Nairobi, a dump site that serves as a starting point for understanding the growing human rights problems facing the region due to waste management inefficiencies. Spanning thirty acres of land in Nairobi, the dumping continues at the Dandora Municipal Dump Site at an estimated rate of 2,000 tons of waste per day. Alarming statistics have yet to spark proper waste management policy in the region, however, causing extreme marginalization in Dandora and a plethora of problems within surrounding slum communities. Campaigns, such as "Stop Dumping Death On Us," have been launch...
Globally, used electronics are fast becoming one of the fastest growing sources of waste and it is estimated that 15,000 tons of used computers and mobile phones are shipped to Kenya every year. Kenya is trying to get ahead of the problem, by building the country's first electronics recycling hub.
Just one-third of Nairobi's trash makes it to the single municipal dumpsite at Dandora. The rest -- the solid waste of nearly 2.5 million residents, remains unaccounted for. One social enterprise has developed an innovative waste-management model -- to encourage the recycling and composting of Nairobi's trash. Roopa Gogineni has more.]]
Only ten percent of the waste generated in the country is recycled. And as the country heads into the homestretch of attaining vision 2030, Solid Waste Management is a challenge it is currently grappling with. However the National Environment Management Authority is on a mission to make waste management a collective responsibility. Watch more NTV Kenya videos at ntv.co.ke and nation.co.ke. Follow @ntvkenya on Twitter and like our page on Facebook: NTV Kenya.
Power Hackers, a series made in collaboration with Autodesk, profiles unexpected makers and designers who are developing creative climate solutions. This video follows high schooler Leroy Mwasaru and his classmates in their quest to develop a sustainable source of energy. Their solution is a human-waste-fueled bioreactor that will clean up their town’s water supply while powering outlets and stovetops. Makeshift is a field guide to hidden creativity. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to follow original series like Power Hackers. Subscribe to our quarterly magazine at http://mkshft.org. Thanks to our partners at Autodesk, who supports the impact design community through http://impactdesignhub.org. Special thanks to Elli Suzuki at Global Minimum for connecting us to Leroy. Find out how y...
Pope Francis has decried what he calls today's "throwaway" culture that only values the latest cars, iPhones and discards anything old or seemingly useless. Francis is expected to raise environmental concerns in one of the most important speeches of his Africa trip during a visit on November 26 to the headquarters of the UN Environment Programme and the UN Habitat programme. While Francis' green message is well known, he has also frequently spoken about the need for what he calls the three "L"s - land, lodging labour. As a result, it's likely he'll make a plea for safe, adequate and sustainable housing for the world's poorest, especially those forced to live alongside dumps like that of Dandora, outside the Kenyan capital, Nairobi. At Dandora an army of men, women and children, armed w...
A Kenyan company, EcoPost, is transforming environmentally-unfriendly plastic waste into fencing poles and forges a profitable business.
Sprawling over 12 hectares and home to scavengers who both live and work on the site, the Dandora waste disposal dump on the outskirts of Nairobi is Kenya's largest and one of the biggest in Africa. It was officially declared full in 2001, yet 2,000 tons of waste continues to find its way here every day. Due to health and environmental concerns, the Nairobi City Council claims it will relocate the dump, but this has been a slow-going process.
Plastic waste management has remained a big challenge to environmentalists in Kenya. Waste, especially the non biodegradable plastic and polythene bags, have caused soil degradation, poisoning and have even provided an avenue for germs and parasites to thrive . The Kenyan Government, through the National Environmental Management Authority, has, over the years, tried to control the spread of plastic waste, especially in urban areas, but with little effect. But one man is changing the face of plastic waste management in the country. John Macharia ventured into plastic waste recycling in 1984. He was motivated to join the venture by his ability to repair his broken plastic utensils using polythene bags before going commercial . Every day, Macharia wakes up and heads to the dumpsite, which ...
World wide efforts to reduce garbage production will threat people living and surviving on garbage dumping sites. Feature from Kenya on a group of women making art from garbage and sending their children to school from the revenue. More videos on http://www.youtube.com/reelafrica Subscribe to my channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/reelafrica?sub_confirmation=1 Ruud Elmendorp Video Journalist Africa http://www.videojournalist.nl
Project Green is an informative and interactive environmental show airing every Saturday at 7:30pm on KTN.The show is produced by Volunteers for Africa and MEDEVA, with support from Act! , Embassy of Sweden and UK aid. 'Project Green,' the flagship brand of Juatenda, a project that calls on Kenya to know (jua) and act (tenda) on pressing environmental issues in their localities, will run for 3 months (13 episodes).
A heart wrenching site to witness. When we handed them our leftovers from lunch, they got really excited for the change.