One of the sweetest surprises of the Blog Action Day 09 – Climate Change, was a post by Sukuma Kenya. As you already know, we have been ‘collaborating’ with this passionate Kenyan to try and end the show of opulence and total disregard for climate change – with the vehicles they drive – among UN employees in the Nairobi office.

Did UNEP staffers drive such a car on #BAD09?

Did UNEP staffers drive such a car on #BAD09?

Although I get carried away by wildlife conservation matters and tend to wander away from this ‘campaign’ to end ‘environmental impunity’ at the offices that house the global headquarters of the United Nations Environmental Programme, Sukuma Kenya doesn’t.

I was thus pleasantly surprised when he informed me that he had chosen to address the ‘Kick the Habit‘ campaign in his Blog Action Day 2009. Never mind the post was on 16th not 15th October, which is the official Blog Action Day, the post was simple but very powerful.

You might want to read it yourself…So UNEP, did you Kick The Habit (Just for today)?

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One of the sweetest surprises of the Blog Action Day 09 - Climate Change, was a post by Sukuma Kenya. As you already know, we have been 'collaborating' with this passionate Kenyan to try and end the show of opulence and total disregard for climate change - with the...
<img class="alignright" title="kick the habit logo" src="http://www.unep.org/wed/2008/images/WED2008_logo.gif" alt="" width="150" height="159" />One of the sweetest surprises of the Blog Action Day 09 - Climate Change, was a post by <a href="http://sukumakenya.blogspot.com/" target="_blank">Sukuma Kenya</a>. As you already know, we have been 'collaborating' with this passionate Kenyan to try and end the show of opulence and total disregard for climate change - with the vehicles they drive - among UN employees in the Nairobi office. Although I get carried away by wildlife conservation matters and tend to wander away from this 'campaign' to end 'environmental impunity' at the offices that house the global headquarters of the United Nations Environmental Programme, Sukuma Kenya doesn't. I was thus pleasantly surprised when he informed me that he had chosen to address the '<a href="http://www.unep.org/wed/2008/english/About_WED_2008/index.asp" target="_blank">Kick the Habit</a>' campaign in his Blog Action Day 2009. Never mind the post was on 16th not 15th October, which is the official Blog Action Day, the post was simple but very powerful. You might want to read it yourself...<a href="http://sukumakenya.blogspot.com/2009/10/so-unep-did-you-kick-habit-just-for.html">So UNEP, did you Kick The Habit (Just for today)?</a>