At the Giraffe Centre in Nairobi, visitors can feed by hand pellets made from molasses to Africa’s tallest giants. It’s one of the area’s most popular tourist attractions and has played a pivotal role in conserving the critically endangered Rothschild giraffe. It’s fitting then that the centre is also home to another conservation project, one that’s preserving an increasingly scarce natural resource: water.
“[The Giraffe Centre] wanted something that was green and that fit its philosophy. It’s a really beautiful project and is saving them a lot of money too,” says …
Positive News Foundation is a certified non-profit sharing only the best positive world news.
All copyrights belong to the source.
Source image: Khalid Amakran / What Design Can Do / Positive.News
Original title: ‘Wastewater can be very valuable’: the hydroponic system that provides clean water for Kenyans