In Africa’s largest and slowly developing Slums in Nairobi, Kibera Slums is well known for its highest growth in population and the densely connection and closeness of structures around the neighborhoods. In this situation not everyone is able to practice and take action recycling of waste products and plastic products. After a demolition of homes and business stalls located close by the railway line by the Kenya Railways, most residents are seen practicing the recycling of polypropylene plastic bags to build their new homes and little business stalls as most use them in planting of food and products such as Calles such as Skuma Wiki, Beans, Onions and Tomatoes. By recycling the polypropylene bags, these residents contribute to defending climate change by creating a reduction in consumption of raw resources such as oil and propane Gas. Due to its tough and rough texture, polypropylene bags are, are also used as in-house decoration of homes, Carpets, shopping and School bags. But only 1 percent of polypropylene is recycled around our Societies and that means our Climate is not safe yet until more action is taken on recycling.