Climate Change and Resilience

Environmental Sustainability, Renewable Energy & Land Management

To remain globally competitive Kenya has to manage and sustain her environment and natural resource base. The country subsistence and national economies, foreign exchange and significant contribution to GDP depend on agriculture and agro-based industries, tourism, water resources and hydropower. Despite this reality Kenya is facing many environment challenges that include deforestation, soil erosion, land degradation, desertification, loss of biodiversity, water scarcity and pollution from industry.

Our goals

Kenya meet its obligations to international environment agreements while enhancing the contribution of natural resources and the environment to poverty reduction and sustainable socio-economic development.

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Over fifteen million Kenyans live with the threat of drought. In Turkana County, innovative…

Over the years, frequent and intense cyclical disasters such as droughts and flooding have impacted…

Until recently, 1000 mature trees were felled every year to provide cooking fuel for the Njuri High…

Food security in Kenya has deteriorated significantly since the end of 2016. According to UNICEF,…

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