Justdiggit believes it is time to share positive and hopeful insights when it comes to climate change. People must be aware that we can restore ecosystems and that solutions exist.
Report and final blog Femke
“What I most remember from Kuku is the rapid change from an arid dry sand pit to a green oasis. And then when no rain falls, back again to withered vegetation. To be quite honest, I was sceptic at the beginning of the project…”
Read her full last blog and report! –>
Blog Femke – Let the rains begin!
I am more than a month in Kuku and the research setup is ready…. Read Femkes new blog!
Rainwater harvesting is at the heart of what we do. It has been done for thousands of years and looking at these pictures makes you understand why; the water doesn’t run off and is allowed to infiltrate the soils and create vegetation and water supply.
Blog Femke & Olivier -Second week in Kenya
The weeks in Amboseli have flown by. Still no rain, but it feels that I have landed in the Lion King! Everywhere are animals, especially baboons, zebras, elephants, giraffes, buffalo and wildebeests. It is actually rather difficult to not see any animals, even if you want to. We found a driver that….
Alterra report Wageningen University
The Alterra report researched by our consortium partner Wageningen University is online now. In this report you can read the objective prioritization of intervention areas for our foundation in the Kenya Tanzania border area.
It’s quite a read, but definitely worth it!
Blog Femke & Olivier – Our first week in Kenya!
Femke and I have been in Kenya for a week already and have seen a great deal! Read our first blog!
Animation Hydrologic Corridor
Although climate change is a difficult problem, we offer a simple solution. The video explains how we use a shovel to combat climate change.
Kuku project update!
We made some incredible progress in Kuku! Many smile shaped bunds have been digged, the bunds allow water to seep intro the soil and allow vegetation to return. In total we will dig 72,000 of these bunds, that’s what we call kickstarting Mother Nature!