We are living in the century whereby environmental pressures such as global warming, ozone depletion, pollution, climate change, overexploitation of natural resources, altered land use and loss of biodiversity – coincide with a growing world population that needs food and an acceptable standard of living. The complex nature of these environmental problems can be best understood and addressed through studies that cross traditional academic disciplinary boundaries. This applies to studies of both global-scale processes as well as those that occur at the local level.
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The workshop started at 8.30 AM and was opened by Dr. Njoroge Gitau on behalf of the Deputy Vice Chancellor-administration, and who heaped praise on the ESDA programme,and especially its approach of - problem identification to seeking solutions, and the sustainability concept Read More on 1st ESDA Workshop
This year, KUNEC was celebrating 25years since it was started. The celebration was graced by Dr. Jerad Bosire the Director worldwide fund for Nature (WWF)...Read More on KUNEC Celebrations
This was a community outreach event organized by the Kenyatta university student’s organization (KUSA) through the Deans Office, School of environmental Studies. Learn more
What would the average Kenyan do if they ‘failed’ their KCSE? Give up perhaps. I was tempted to do the same but I did not. Read Elizabeth Wanjiru's story
The intakes to school of environmental studies takes place at different times in the course of the year.
Envi. Studies & Community dev is the best course one can do due to its unique nature, it cuts across all disciplines hence exposes students to the competitive job market Read More....
A key element that has made it unique and more desirable at K.U is the availability of dedicated, knowledgeable and experienced lecturers within the school.Read More..
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