Discussion on the case of Nairobi’s Matatus, People, Politics and Power-Play.
Follow this New conversation on Decolonizing Air Pollution Science in the context of different African countries! This Edition features the amazing Atmospheric Scientist Rebecca Garland, Epidemiologist Kofi Amegah, Scientist Noemi Tousignant and Urban Planner Constant Cap. Read the summary or listen to the whole episode! https://www.colab.mit.edu/colabradio-more/decolonize-science-ep4 Thanks @MITCoLab
Constant Cap talked to CNBC-Africa on some of the Planning and Mobility Challenges facing people in African Cities during Covid-19. He talked about efforts being put by Governments and further insights in the field. Click to watch. Share any feedback that you think can be passed to those in charge. #streetsforpeople
The Otherwise Podcast looks at ways of understanding and possibly changing the situation in Kenya. As the guest in this weeks’ episode we looked at ‘Road Safety and Urban Planning.’ This followed the recent directive by the Ministries of Transport and Interior. We discussed the aspects of the paratransit industry, link between land use management […]
As the Nairobi Riprian Area Demolitions continue, Mark Masai hosted Constant Cap an urban planner, Emma Miloyo – President, Architectural Association of Kenya, Vincent Ng’ethe Deputy Editor Kenya, Africa check and Dr. Lawrence Esho Chair of Kenya Institute of Planners on how the media has covered the riparian land issues and the ongoing demolitions and if […]
Short Discussion on Citizen TV The City of Nairobi has started demolishing constructions on Riparian lands. Riparian zones are vegetated strips of land on each side of a watercourse or adjacent to a water body. The laws on riparian lands give a range of 6m to 30m for rivers. The distance oceans, lakes and dams […]
NTV Kenya’s Victoria Rubadiri conducts an interview on ‘The State of Urban Planning in Nairobi.’ The interview appeared live on NTV Kenya on the 16th of January 2018
‘How powerful cartels ruined Nairobi’s transport sector’ A very good Documentary produced by NTV -Kenya. It gives an in depth analysis of Nairobi’s Transportation, explaining its transformation from a well organized public system to a paratransit.