|Posted on July 21, 2014 at 6:05 PM|
Close to 50 Kenyan motocross riders and their families celebrated the World Environment Day (WED) in conjunction with a National Motox race at the Jamhuri Motocross Circuit on 22 June 2014.
The event aimed at raising environmental awareness of climate change by highlighting the devastating consequences of sea level rise to the Small Island Developing States and other countries amongst them Kenya with its 600 km of shoreline and several key towns located in the low lying coastal areas. While acknowledging that motorcycling has a significant carbon footprint, the riders planted indigenous trees which we dedicated to the respective Mx-classes for their regular upkeep.
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