Eco Bora


Green Growth in Kenya

• Economic Efficiency - Creating economic goods and services with fewer resources and less pollution.

• Low Carbon development - Harnessing new renewable energy sources and reducing fossil fuel consumption.

• Investing in natural capital and ecosystem services (e.g., to safeguard water supplies and tourism earnings and to enhance cropland and rangeland productivity).

• Efficient markets that internalize all social and environmental costs. Other building blocks that are equally important include, transport, and water infrastructure systems; affordable and environmentally friendly housing; equitable access and governance of natural resources; environmentally aware citizens and green consumers; and new measurements of well-being and sustainable economic welfare that are publicly available.

Kenya’s transition toward Greener economy, must go hand in hand with her overall priorities; poverty reduction, food security, comprehensive and improved education, safe water supply and sanitation, reduction in drought and climate change vulnerability, and better governance. Private Sector Involvement in Green Growth Green Growth is economic growth that is environmentally sustainable. While economic growth is necessary for increased employment and poverty reduction, further environmental goals include the mitigation of climate change, adaptation to climate change, the reduction of other pollutants, and a reversal of biodiversity loss and growing fresh water scarcity. To tackle these challenges, the active participation of the private sector is needed, as firms reduce or change their resource use, minimize waste, develop new environmentally friendly products and services, and increase demand for such products and services. Meeting these needs will be a challenge, but for many enterprises in the developing world, it also presents an opportunity. As such, Private sector contributions and new partnerships will be essential in the development and implementation of a Green Growth strategy for Kenya through establishing the right regulatory and financial framework and setting priorities for investments.



ECO-BORA LTD produces wood pellets as a source of biomass fuel. We use waste such as sawdust, wheat straw, maize cobs and peanut shelves as raw materials. Our main clients are industries using boilers, those manufacturing jikos and individual groups of person. The compressed pellets are dense with higher calorific value making them heat efficient.

ECOBORA addresses the challenges in electricity cost,deforestation and global warming.

The solution we provide lowers production cost in manufacturing industries, reduces deforestation and eradicate green house gases e.g. carbon dioxide. Wood pellets are carbon dioxide neutral because the little CO2 released is equivalent to that absorbed by plants during photosynthesis. Our input is already evident in: Job creation, recycle waste, saving the environment, and reduce production cost in industries.

Contact us to make an order of wood pellets, delivery is 24hrs.

Cell phone:- +254711689424

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The Green Growth Agenda

‘Green growth’ is a concept that has been defined by the OECD as that fosters ‘economic growth and development, while ensuring that natural assets continue to provide the resources and environmental services on which our well-being relies’ (OECD 2011).  

Read more: The Green Growth Agenda


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