It’s the month of December, and the holiday season is here. Unfortunately, this year’s festive season occurs amid a global crisis that keeps us from coming together with our large extended families. But we will still eat and hence generate a lot of household waste, especially from our kitchens.
Dudu Dunia, a Kenyan based organization specializing in composting kitchen waste, says 60 percent of Nairobi waste can be transformed into rich fertilizer. But how does this waste we generate and dump on landfills end up hurting our environment and the planet we live on? How can we reduce our kitchen waste?