Wednesday, September 28, 2022
Members of the Senate and National Assembly  Committee’s , Environment PS Dr. Chris Kiptoo together with  Danish  MP Ms Karen Ellenmann during the visit at Danish Parliament.

Members of the Senate and National Assembly Committee’s , Environment PS Dr. Chris Kiptoo together with Danish MP Ms Karen Ellenmann during the visit at Danish Parliament.

A section of Danish Members of Parliament have lauded Kenya for its efforts in curbing pollution, following the ban  on the single use plastics and the successful push that saw the passing of the UNEA Resolution, to ‘End Plastic Pollution.

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Members of the Senate and National Assembly  Committee’s , Environment PS Dr. Chris Kiptoo together with  Danish  MP Ms Karen Ellenmann during the visit at Danish Parliament.

Members of the Senate and National Assembly Committee’s , Environment PS Dr. Chris Kiptoo together with Danish MP Ms Karen Ellenmann during the visit at Danish Parliament.

met with members of the Strategic Sector Coperation Steering Committee who were on study visit in Denmark, MP Ms Karen Ellenmann and a former Minister of Environment said Kenya has made impressive steps in meeting its global obligations such as curbing pollution and setting ambitious National Determined Contributions.

She said the Danish government faces similar challenges which need collaborations to learn and share experiences, and added that passing of laws is easy and implementation becomes an uphill task.
Liberal Party MP Rasmus Peterson said there is need to raise awareness for all sectors to take up waste as a resource in order to ensure a clean healthy environment.
Environment and Forestry PS Dr Chris Kiptoo who was the head of the delegation appreciated the Danish Government for supporting the government in the environment sector through the Strategic Sector Cooperation (SSC) Initiative 1 and 2 and the Green Growth and Employment Program which have contributed to the development of the Sustainable Waste Management Bill.
Parliamentary Vice Chair of Environment Committee Hon Paul Nzengi said the study is an eye opener on ideas to be implemented and that the legislation will collaborate with NEMA and private sector to ensure  its implemented.
Former Danish Minister for Environment Ms Kirsten Brosbol challenged  law makers to be accountable and ensure law passed have a global perspective with likely implications especially on global responsibilities such as reduction of carbon foot prints and achievement of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The team comprising of SSC steering working group was invited to Danish Parliament to share experiences on legislation process in the study aimed at learning  on best practices in regulation and guidelines on Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) and waste management.
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PS Dr. Chris Kiptoo officially opens the new modern incinerator at Naivasha Level 4 Hospital  the facility will ease the collection and safe disposal of medical waste in the Naivasha Sub County and it’s environs.

PS Dr. Chris Kiptoo officially opens the new modern incinerator at Naivasha Level 4 Hospital the facility will ease the collection and safe disposal of medical waste in the Naivasha Sub County and it’s environs.

Kenya is committed in implementing international convention obligations aimed at controlling  chemicals and waste including Unintended Persistent Organic Pollutants (UPOPs.

Environment and Forestry PS Dr. Chris K Kiptoo  has said the government is prioritizing elimination of chemical pollutants from open burning of waste as outlined in the Stockholm Convention.
Speaking at Naivasha Level  4  Hospital during the hand over of a modern Incinerator, a medical waste transportation truck and other assorted items, procured by the UPOPs project the PS said UPOPS  emmission come from open burning of waste which causes serious health problems.
He said the Ministry of Environment has put up the modern Incinerator at Naivasha Hospital to demonstrate safe disposal of hazardous waste. The PS called on other counties to set up such facilities in order to stop pollution.
“Kenya is party to the Stockholm convention which calls for parties to minimize open burning of waste , we need sound management of waste by introducing such technologies that protect the environment ” He said.
Present during the hand over was Nakuru Deputy Governor Dr. Eric Korir who appreciated the Ministry of Environments’  donation saying the facility will ensure  sound management of hazardous waste from health facilities within Naivasha Sub-county and its environs.
He said that the decommissioned old burner was not safe and the surrounding community was always complaining of pollution but since the new Incinerator started working three months ago there has not been any complain.

Environment PS Dr. Chris Kiptoo hands over Keys for a modern medical waste transportation truck to Nakuru County Deputy Governor Dr. Eric Korir.

Environment PS Dr. Chris Kiptoo hands over Keys for a modern medical waste transportation truck to Nakuru County Deputy Governor Dr. Eric Korir.

The  UPOPs project  is domiciled at the Ministry of Environment is supported by the Global Environment Facility (GEF), with the United Nations Development  Programme (UNDP) as the implementing partner.
UNDP Deputy Country  Representative in charge of Programmes Ms. Mandisa Mashologu said the project is adopting  an intergrated approach aimed at increasing proper management of waste within the hospital facilities, by segregation of waste , replacing the dangerous disposal waste methods and  adopting Stockholm Convention compliant equipments.
She said the project is implementing similar facilities in the counties of Kisumu , Mombasa and Nairobi, urged county governments to put up such facilities to other counties.
“UNDP will continue collaborating and patnering with the Government of Kenya to implement projects that will achieve the Sustainable Development Goals and Vision 2030 while positively impacting on the lives of people” She added.
Environment PS Dr. Chris Kiptoo right , 2nd UNDP Deputy Resident Representative Mandisa Mashologu , 3rd Nakuru County Deputy Governor Dr. Eric Korir and UPOPs Technical Project Officer Francis Kihumba during the handover.

Environment PS Dr. Chris Kiptoo right , 2nd UNDP Deputy Resident Representative Mandisa Mashologu , 3rd Nakuru County Deputy Governor Dr. Eric Korir and UPOPs Technical Project Officer Francis Kihumba during the handover.

Others present included  Director Multilateral Environmental Agreements Cyrus Mageria, UPOPs Technical Project Officer Francis Kihumba, Nakuru County Chief Executive Officer in charge of Environment Eng. Festus Ng’eno, Chief Officer for Public Health Dr. Daniel Wainana among others.

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Danish Minister for Environment Ms Lea Wermelin (middle), and other government officials during the meeting.

Danish Minister for Environment Ms Lea Wermelin (middle), and other government officials during the meeting.

Ministry of Environment and Forestry PS Dr. Chris Kiptoo held a meeting with Danish Minister for Environment Ms Lea Wermelin to discuss on common areas of interest in the environment sector.

PS Kiptoo said Kenya’s priority areas are focused on green economy and implementation of plan 2016-2030 which aims at achieving low carbon, resource efficiency, equitable and inclusive social economic transformation.
The PS was speaking when members of the Strategic Sector Coperation (SSC) steering committee members and Members of the Parliamentary Committee’s on Environment paid a courtesy call to the Minister, at the Ministry of Environment office in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Dr. Kiptoo said through joint cooperation between private sector, NEMA and Danish government Kenya has been able to to come up with the Sustainable Waste Management Policy 2021 and the Extended Producer Responsibilit, all aimed achieving waste circularity.

Members of the Kenyan Delegation led by Environment PS Dr Chris Kiptoo and  Danish Minister for Environment Ms Lea Wermelin during the session meant to educate on implementation of the Extended Producer Responsibility regulations.

Members of the Kenyan Delegation led by Environment PS Dr Chris Kiptoo and Danish Minister for Environment Ms Lea Wermelin during the session meant to educate on implementation of the Extended Producer Responsibility regulations.

“The visit for participants has been instrumental in exposing them to policies legislation and good large scale circular economy practices, we appreciate the support of the Danish government in enable us development the waste management policy, which we look forward to implement” , said the PS.
On Her part, the Minister said Kenya ???????? and Denmark ???????? enjoy cordial relations, which the two countries will continue fostering and commended the Ministry for the steps taken especially the ban on single use plastics and for coming up with the Resolution to ban plastics adopted at UNEA.
“Kenya should be able to implement the Solid Waste Management Bill, this will give opportunities for Kenyan Companies to uptake the technology to upscale their recycling activities, “She said.
She urged the Kenya private sector to be inspired by the available solutions in waste management in order to achieve good sustainable practices to safe guard the future, and commended Kenya for hosting a successful UNEA 5.2 and the UNEP@50.
Senate Chairman Committee on Environment, Nyandarua Senator Hon. Paul Githiomi exuded confidence that the senate will pass the bill and added that the study visit was an eye opener on technological innovation which will solve the waste menace.
Below a visit to one of the waste management facilities in Denmark by the Kenyan Delegation

Below a visit to one of the waste management facilities in Denmark by the Kenyan Delegation

During the session technical officers from Denmark Ministry of Environment engaged the Kenyan team on how to implement the EPR Waste Management Policy.

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UNEP 50 Eng blueThe resumed fifth session of the United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA-5.2) takes place online and in Nairobi on 28 February – 2 March 2022.

The overall theme for UNEA-5 is “Strengthening Actions for Nature to Achieve the Sustainable Development Goals”. This highlights the pivotal role nature plays in our lives and in social, economic and environmental sustainable development.

Immediately after UNEA-5.2, the Assembly will hold a Special Session of the Assembly on 3 – 4 March 2022, which is devoted to the commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the creation of UN Environment Programme in 1972 (UNEP@50)The special session will be held under the theme “Strengthening UNEP for the implementation of the environmental dimension of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.”

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Environment and Forestry Cabinet Secretary Keriako Tobiko gives his remarks during the online meeting with officials from the German Embassy

Environment and Forestry Cabinet Secretary Keriako Tobiko gives his remarks during the online meeting with officials from the German Embassy

 Environment and Forestry Cabinet Secretary Keriako Tobiko Monday held discussions with officials from the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany led by Deputy Ambassador Mr. Thomas Wimmer.

The meeting discussed among others establishment of the International Climate Club, ongoing cooperation in Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) assist, possible support for the development of the third National Climate Change Action Plan (NCCAP) among others.

On the establishment of Climate Club, CS Tobiko said every initiative that mobilizes global cooperation to mitigate and adapt to climate change is welcome.

The CS, however, said there is a need to engage to understand more and to enable input of Kenya and other African countries.

On the means of implementation and common but differentiated responsibilities, the CS said 1.5° is three times and a life and death issue for Africa. CS Tobiko called for special needs for Africa to be factored in where the person who pollutes more bears more responsibilities.

On possible support for the development of the third NCCAP, the CS thanked the German government for supporting the Government in the development of NCCAP 2018- 2022, the updated NDC, and the Long Term Green House Gases Emissions Strategy 2050.

Thomas Wimmer and Dr. Janina Gauder from the German Embassy during the meeting

Thomas Wimmer and Dr. Janina Gauder from the German Embassy during the meeting

The CS called for support to develop the third NCCAP 2023 – 2028 and not to wait until the other one expires. The CS said the Action Plan will implement the updated NDCs and in turn strengthen the country’s capacity for climate action.

The meeting was attended by Deputy Permanent Representative to UNEP and UN-Habitat and Head of Environment Section,      Dr. Janina Gauder, Director Climate Change in the Ministry of Environment and Forestry Dr. Pacifica Ogolla among others.

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CS statement unep at 50

Let me begin by thanking UNEP Secretariat led by the Regional Office for Africa for the outstanding preparations and organization of this conference, being held virtually under the theme “Securing People’s Well- being and Ensuring Environmental Sustainability in Africa”. In addition, I pass my sincere gratitude to all the experts who have been involved in the excellent preparatory work for the meeting, and especially for convening this special session to discuss UNEP @50 commemoration and Stockholm +50 process…..read more

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CS Tobiko During the Global Alliance on Circular Economy and Resource Efficiency  Virtual Meeting

CS Tobiko During the Global Alliance on Circular Economy and Resource Efficiency Virtual Meeting

Environment and Forestry Cabinet Secretary, Keriako Tobiko has said that movement towards the Circular Economy is critical and is one of the tools to use in the fight against climate change.

The CS said while addressing world leaders in the first high-level online meeting of the Global Alliance on the Circular Economy and Resource Efficiency (GACERE).
The Forum which was launched by the United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA) in February this year was hosted jointly by the Finnish Innovation Fund (Sitra) and the government of Canada.
The aim of GACERE is to highlight the role that the circular economy could play in tackling climate change and in promoting the efficient use of resources as nations seek to industrialize.
In his remarks, CS Tobiko outlined Kenya’s actions in promoting the circular economy in the context of the ‘green recovery’.
The CS outlined that the ban on single use plastics, the developed  sustainable Waste Management Policy and Legislation, developed regulations on Extended Producer Responsibility, Plastic and Chemical Management and E – waste; as some of the initiates aimed at achieving a circular economy and environmental sustainability.
CS Tobiko said  the massive nationwide two billion tree planting initiative, besides restoring large areas of degraded forests, and the finalizing of Kenya’s Greenhouse Gas Emission Strategy (2050), will enhance the scope of the circular economy interventions.
CS Tobiko During the Global Alliance on Circular Economy and Resource Efficiency  Virtual Meeting

CS Tobiko During the Global Alliance on Circular Economy and Resource Efficiency Virtual Meeting

The head of the African Development Bank (ADB) Mr. Al Hamdou Dorsuma, said that even if Africa’s carbon footprints are low as compared to other nations, Africa had practiced sustainable agriculture for long and that his bank was a strong supporter of circularity by providing finances to innovations.

Ms. Inger Anderson, the Executive Director (UNEP), urged GACERE to be more vocal in bringing ‘circularity’ to the world’s center-stage.
Other keynote speakers who addressed the meeting were, Mr. Li Yong, the Director – General, (UNIDO) and Mr. Virginijus Sinkevicius, the Commissioner for Environment, Oceans and Fisheries (EU), Mr. Al-Hamdou Dorsouma, Ag. Director for Climate Change & Green Growth, African Development Bank.
Also, Ministers of Environment from countries like Rwanda, Peru, Morocco, India, Korea and Japan who presented on their countries.
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PS Dr. Chris Kiptoo and H.E. Pirkka Tapiola, the Ambassador of Finland to Kenya, during the meeting.

PS Dr. Chris Kiptoo and H.E. Pirkka Tapiola, the Ambassador of Finland to Kenya, during the meeting.

Principal Secretary for Environment and Forestry, Dr. Chris Kiptoo,  held a meeting with H.E. Pirkka Tapiola, the Ambassador of Finland to Kenya, at his office, where the two discussed potential areas of interest with a view to partnering.

The meeting discussed cooperation in the areas of solid waste management disposal as well as the circular economy. The Finnish ambassador offered to support Kenya in hosting the next World Circular Economy Forum that is scheduled to take place in Nairobi, in late 2022 or early 2023.

The PS (center), the Ambassador and a team of technical officers during the meeting.

The PS (center), the Ambassador and a team of technical officers during the meeting.

The PS also welcomed Finland’s offer of technical support in producing two billion seedlings for planting in the Greening Kenya Initiative campaign.
Present at the meeting were NETFUND’s CEO Samson Toniok and Evelyn Koech -Team Lead, Environment and Resilience at UNDP Kenya  whose organization has partnered with the Ministry in the 10% by 2022, tree planting campaign.

PS Dr. Chris Kiptoo and H.E. Pirkka Tapiola, the Ambassador of Finland to Kenya, during the meeting.

PS Dr. Chris Kiptoo and H.E. Pirkka Tapiola, the Ambassador of Finland to Kenya, during the meeting.

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PS Kiptoo and NETFUND CEO Samson Toniok kick off the teaser race , for the 115 cyclists who participated in the event, the Winner Suleiman Kangangi was awarded Ksh 50,000.

PS Kiptoo and NETFUND CEO Samson Toniok kick off the teaser race , for the 115 cyclists who participated in the event, the Winner Suleiman Kangangi was awarded Ksh 50,000.

Environment and Forestry PS Dr. Chris Kiptoo has underscored the need for Non Motorized Transport as one way of mitigating effects of climate change.

The PS has said non motorized transport will help in transitioning to sustainable practices than help to cut down on carbon emissions towards ‘less than 2° Celsius’ ambition.

Dr. Kiptoo was speaking at Chepkorio show ground, in Uasin Gishu during a cycling event, which crowned the week long Kaptagat Annual Tree Planting, the PS called on Kenyans to embrace the cycling culture, saying it comes with many benefits such as health, environmental, economic and social benefits while it’s a zero-emission mode of transport.

“As you amplify community voices on the importance of Non-Motorised Transport to militate against climate change and the need for a legislation that supports a safe, efficient, healthy and climate-friendly Just Road System country wide, I want to assure you that you have the full support from my ministry,” said the PS.

The PS said Kenya is a signatory to the Paris climate change, and it will cost about Kshs 6.7 billion for mitigation and adaptation, and therefore the need to come up with measures to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 30 percent by 2030.

The event sponsored National Environment Trust Fund and World Wildlife Fund -Kenya was held under the theme “Cycling for Forests” and “My Lane Too” , attracted 115 participants, in the 74km race.

Environment PS Dr. Chris Kiptoo in a reflector jacket, in a group photo with winners who participated in the cycling race at Kaptagat Forest to raise awareness on the need for non motorised transport as a way of cutting carbon emissions.

Environment PS Dr. Chris Kiptoo in a reflector jacket, in a group photo with winners who participated in the cycling race at Kaptagat Forest to raise awareness on the need for non motorised transport as a way of cutting carbon emissions.

Dr. Kiptoo said the tree planting initiatives are connected to healthy sporting, and the fact that sports are entirely dependent on clean healthy environment, which calls for restoration of important forests ecosystems.

“Kaptagat forest straddles two counties of Uasin Gishu and Elgeyo Marakwet. The altitude here is between 2,500m – 2800m above sea level. The conditions here make Kaptagat one of the best training grounds for athletes globally, for athletics legends train like Eliud Kipchoge who trains here, and has adopted 50 hectares for restoration, to appreciate the importance of this ecosystem” said Dr. Kiptoo.

Elgeyo Marakwet County CEC for Environment Abraham Barsosio said the County Government of Uasin Gishu is committed in conservation and protection of forests within the area and pledged to support the cycling race for next year to a tune of Ksh 1 million.

During the event, a petition was signed  to raise their voices for Climate Action, by #Cycling4forests while advocating for a just road system that caters for the needs of ALL road users including cyclists and pedestrians through the #MyLane2 campaign.

During the event elite cyclists Suleiman Kangangi emerged the winner and was awarded Kshs 50,000, Evan Wangai was second and won Kshs 30,000, and Rashid Kosgei emerged 3rd and was awarded Kshs 20,000, in the women category Nancy Akinyi emerged the winner and bagged Kshs 50,000, second was Dinnah Safari Ksh 30,000 and 3rd was Berber Kramer got Kshs 20,000.

Some of the cyclists who took part in the 74km race.

Some of the cyclists who took part in the 74km race.

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PS Kiptoo and WWF Ag. Head of Conservation Jackson Kiplagat (right) hold copies of the master plan, Dr. Kiptoo said the proposed interventions will help curb environmental challenges in the Cherangany- Elgeyo Hills Ecosytem.

PS Kiptoo and WWF Ag. Head of Conservation Jackson Kiplagat (right) hold copies of the master plan, Dr. Kiptoo said the proposed interventions will help curb environmental challenges in the Cherangany- Elgeyo Hills Ecosytem.

The Ministry of Environment and Forestry has launched an Integrated Master Plan for Rehabilitation and Restoration of the Cherangany–Elgeyo Hills Ecosystem, seeking to find a lasting and inclusive solution to the perennial, interconnected environmental challenges in the ecosystem.

The master plan launched by Environment and Forestry PS Dr. Chris Kiptoo provides an overview of the importance of the ecosystem, the challenges it faces, and the need for its restoration and it also provides a legal framework for supporting the Plan, with a focus on the five conservation zones in this ecosystem.

Speaking during the launch, at Chepkorio show ground, in Uasin Gishu, Dr. Kiptoo said among the other proposed interventions are establishment of a multi-agency team to develop an integrated conservation and management plan for the established five zones, development of a resource mobilization framework to implement the proposed Plan as well as to carry out environmental and social safeguards.

He said an estimated budget of KES 7.5 billion is required over a ten-year period of implementation and the main interventions include community sensitization, complete gazettement of Elgeyo Hills Water Tower, conversion of plantation forests to indigenous/bamboo forests, rehabilitation of springs and rivers, capacity building, adoption of alternative of income generating activities and sources of energy, replacement of Eucalyptus trees with indigenous ones (bamboo) and continuous monitoring of the Cherangany-Elgeyo ecosystem.

He said the Cherangany-Elgeyo Hills ecosystem is an important habitat for a wide range of biodiversity and harbours several regionally threatened animal and plant species.

The Cherangany-Elgeyo Hills ecosystem traverses Elgeyo-Marakwet, West Pokot, Trans-Nzoia and Uasin Gishu Counties, and it covers an area of 414,928 ha and consists of two water towers and 22 gazetted forest blocks.

The master plan, was spearheaded by the Ministry of Environment and the World Wildlife Fund-Kenya.

Environment PS Dr. Chris Kiptoo , (in the middle), Deputy CCF Patrick Kariuki-left, PS Harry Kimutai 2nd left, WWF-Kenya CEO Mohamed Awer, NEMA Chair John Konchela and Elgeyo Marakwet County Commisoner Dr. Ahmed Omar hold copies of the launched master plan.

Environment PS Dr. Chris Kiptoo , (in the middle), Deputy CCF Patrick Kariuki-left, PS Harry Kimutai 2nd left, WWF-Kenya CEO Mohamed Awer, NEMA Chair John Konchela and Elgeyo Marakwet County Commisoner Dr. Ahmed Omar hold copies of the launched master plan.

Present during the launch were PS  State Department for Livestock, Harry Kimtai , World Wildlife Fund (WWF-Kenya) CEO, Mohamed Awer, National Environment Complains Committee Secretary Dr. John Chumo , National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) Director General Mamo B Mamo , Chairman NEMA Board John Konchella, Deputy Chief Conservator of Forests Patrick Kariuki , Members of Community Forest Associations among others.

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Environment and forestry CS Keriako Tobiko giving his remarks during an official launch of, ‘Strengthening Planning (SNAP) Project in Kenya

Environment and forestry CS Keriako Tobiko giving his remarks during an official launch of, ‘Strengthening Planning (SNAP) Project in Kenya

Environment and Forestry CS Keriako Tobiko has called for a collaborative approach in addressing maters of climate change if the country is to succeed in her strategies to addressing impact of climate change.

CS Tobiko said that it was only through concerted efforts that we as a country can make meaning full gains in our pursuit to mitigate the impact of climate change, calling on researchers to share the numerous reports written over the years that are yet to be implemented, hence creating a missing linking. Adding that it was imperative to work and that we cannot achieve much if we continue working silos, urging stakeholders to share information and data towards the worthy cause.

The CS challenged researchers to avail empirical data to enhance comprehensive information in an endeavour to bridging science and policy, which he said has been an impediment in our efforts to significantly reduce the impact of climate change. “we need to bridge science and policy; researchers develop reports but what happens to those reports, we must ensure that results of research and expertise gets into policy, there is therefore need for an interface between science and policy makers if the results are to be implementation, adding that if we do not stop bridging science and policy then we are in a crisis, we must move policy into action” CS Tobiko affirmed.

CS Tobiko was speaking at a Naivasha Hotel today, during an official launch of, ‘Strengthening National Action Planning (SNAP) Project on Reducing Short-Lived Climate Pollutant in Kenya’, organized by the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), to share information on how best to reduce and mitigate air pollutants in the country.

The CS pledged his total support in matters of environment and climate change in respect to a clean and safe air safe from contamination by industrialists, calling for simplification of terminologies for ease of communication, visible and measurable impact on the ground.

CS Environment and Forestry Keriako Tobiko sitted at the center posses for a group photo during an official launch of, ‘Strengthening Planning (SNAP) Project in Kenya

CS Environment and Forestry Keriako Tobiko sitted at the center posses for a group photo during an official launch of, ‘Strengthening Planning (SNAP) Project in Kenya

CS Tobiko hailed God’s creation adding that God created the earth and all that is in it and created man as a custodian to use the natural resources sustainable, but due to greed, man has destroyed the resources for personal gains at the expense of other God’s creation the animals, plants and waterbodies including air.

The greed of man has contributed adversely to environmental destruction, land degradation, loss of bio diversity, pollution of water bodies and air; thus, exposing nature to the effect global warming and thus adverse impact of climate change that must be addressed by all.

The launch was also addressed by Dr. Philip Osano the Director SEI took the meeting through the Project’s objective on Climate and Clean Air Coalition (CCAC). The Nairobi County Head of Air Quality Management Margaret Kariuki gave a comprehensive presentation on Environment and Natural Resources, and the strategies the County was pursuing to ensure quality air through the Air Quality Initiatives (Policy), Bills and Action Plans.

Present were Director Climate Change Dr. Pacifica Ogola, and Head of Legal Annie Syombua among others.,

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