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30th March, 2017

PS, Environment, Mr. Charles Sunkuli opening the Quality Service Improvement workshop at the Nairobi Safari Club. He is flanked by the Director, KMD, Mr. Peter Ambeje, Dr. Scott from USAID and Mr. Njoroge, from WD

PS, Environment, Mr. Charles Sunkuli opening the Quality Service Improvement workshop at the Nairobi Safari Club. He is flanked by the Director, KMD, Mr. Peter Ambeje, Dr. Scott from USAID and Mr. Njoroge, from WD

The country is facing severe drought as a result of climate change and there is urgent need for appropriate strategies to mitigate the effects.

As the source of scientifically authenticated analysed data and information, Kenya Meteorological Department plays a crucial role in ensuring the public has the necessary Early Warning information to make timely and well informed decisions.

Principal Secretary for Environment Charles Sunkuli said this today when he officially opened a Stakeholders workshop of the Kenya Meteorological Department’s Quality Service Improvement Program Program (QSIP) in Nairobi.  This program is among the many efforts being undertaken by the department to improve service delivery.

‘One of the challenges facing Kenyans, and humankind is climate change. Kenya Meteorological Department is assessed on a daily basis as the weather forecasts it issues daily, impact on the day-to-day activities’, said Sunkuli.

Kenya Meteorological Department in conjunction with USAID PREPARED Project has undertaken a survey to determine the needs of the public, its strengths and weaknesses and the opportunities available in ensuring efficiency in service delivery.

The USAID PREPARED Project has been working with KMD to develop products that are crucial for Agricultural Insurance, provision of agro-weather information for the Government sponsored Area Yield Insurance Index programme, which is now being implemented in ten Counties across the country.

QSIP has five phases of implementation and that the first two phases namely: Vision and Values; and Service Audit have successfully been implemented.

The workshop is part of the implementation of Phase III that deals with Service Improvement Planning and Implementation. The results of the survey will inform the development of an Action Plan to address the gaps identified.

Participants were drawn from UNEP, USAID, Central Bank, and national and county government officials.

A cross section of participants to the Quality Service Improvement Workshop in a group photo with the PS, after the official opening at the Nairobi Safari Club hotel.DSC_0063

A cross section of participants to the Quality Service Improvement Workshop in a group photo with the PS, after the official opening at the Nairobi Safari Club hotel.DSC_0063

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CS, Prof. Judi Wakhungu being shown the newly installed Kitui weather station than will also broadcast weather data in the local dialect.

CS, Prof. Judi Wakhungu being shown the newly installed Kitui weather station than will also broadcast weather data in the local dialect.

When you think of Budalangi, what comes to your mind? Floods. Yes, you are right,

but of late, nothing is reported about the perennial floods in the area. This is now a thing of the past. The people of Budalangi can now sit pretty and concentrate on improving their lives and developing the nation without worrying about their lives and destruction of property. Thanks to timely weather information provided by the Kenya Meteorological Department.

Ag. Director of the Kenya Meteorological Department Peter Ambenje says the government has invested heavily in weather equipment to ensure accurate information on all components of weather for use by various stakeholders.  He says the department has installed 72 automatic weather stations across the country which provide real time information on all aspects of weather including pressure, temperature, humidity, rainfall, wind etc every 10 minutes. The data is transmitted to Nairobi where it is analysed and disseminated to sector specific stakeholders who include aviation, marine, agricultural sectors, ministries, the media among others.

In the case of Budalangi, he said a flood forecast model was installed in Nzoia basin to undertake weather forecast everyday and broadcast the information through the community radio station 2-3 days before the floods for mitigation purposes. The community radio is located within the weather station and broadcasts weather and development news to the locals.

‘Installing an automatic weather station is very expensive’, revealed the seasoned climate scientist. ‘It costs not less than 3m’, he adding that the department has also installed complex and more expensive weather stations at all the airports in the country.

Mr. Ambenje said this during this year’s World Meteorological Day national celebrations held in Kitui County. The occasion was graced by the Cabinet Secretary in the Ministry on Environment and Natural Resources Prof. Judi Wakhungu and attended by officials from the national and county governments.

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CS, Prof. Judi Wakhungu  giving her keynote address during celebrations to mark the 2017 World Met  day in Kitui.

CS, Prof. Judi Wakhungu giving her keynote address during celebrations to mark the 2017 World Met day in Kitui.

Cabinet Secretary Prof. Judi Wakhungu has challenged climate scientists to intensify research on climate change to improve early warning systems and mitigation measures for disasters.

Prof. Wakhungu observed that understanding clouds is essential for forecasting weather conditions, modeling the impacts of future climate change and predicting the availability of water resources.

She noted that clouds are central to weather observations and forecasts but one of the key uncertainties in the study of climate change.  As a result of the significance of the condensed water vapor in the sky, there is need to understand better how clouds affect the climate and how a changing climate will affect the clouds as they play a critical role in the water cycle and in shaping the global distribution. The Cabinet Secretary said this during the World Meteorological Day celebrations held in Kitui County.

CS, Prof. Judi Wakhungu being shown the newly installed Kitui weather station than will also broadcast weather data in the local dialect.

CS, Prof. Judi Wakhungu being shown the newly installed Kitui weather station than will also broadcast weather data in the local dialect.

The theme of this year’s celebrations Understanding Clouds” was selected to highlight the enormous importance of clouds for weather, climate and water resources.

The Cabinet Secretary said that Kenya Meteorological Department has established County Meteorological offices in all the 47 Counties that provide vital weather information to all the users within the local community. They have also helped Counties put in place mitigation measures which have been used to save lives, protect property and conserve the environment and aided in averting and reducing any weather related hazards.

 

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The PS State Department for Natural Resources Dr Margaret Mwakima signs an MOU on behalf of the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources with Gatsby Africa for supporting the development of commercial forestry in Kenya

The PS State Department for Natural Resources Dr Margaret Mwakima signs an MOU on behalf of the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources with Gatsby Africa for supporting the development of commercial forestry in Kenya

Principal Secretary Dr. Margaret Mwakima of State Department for Natural Resources has today signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) between the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources and GATSBY Africa, in her NSSF Office.

The programme of GATSBY is designed to support the country’s National efforts of increasing timber production and creating higher income streams for investors in tree growing. Gatsby Africa is an English charitable company limited by guarantee, established to implement the Gatsby charitable foundation’s Africa programmes.

One of the Gatsby’s key objectives is to improve livelihoods by stimulating viable market in East Africa by contributing much in poverty reduction and alleviation. Gatsby will pursue this objective through the implementation of commercial forestry programme in Kenya (Kenya Commercial Forestry Programme).

Principal Secretary Dr. Margaret Mwakima with Gatsby Africa Programme Director Luke Potter.

Principal Secretary Dr. Margaret Mwakima with Gatsby Africa Programme Director Luke Potter.

Gatsby will support the development of planted forest sector in Kenya as envisaged in the National Forest Conservation and Management Act (2016) and Draft National Forest Policy, the National policy programme(NFP)2016, aligned to the objectives of the vision 2030.

The programme will work in co-ordination with the key public and private forestry stakeholders and private sector actors including farmers’ groups- referred to as- The Forest Sector Stakeholders.

It is therefore noted that;

  • Gatsby will seek to improve commercial viability of tree growing in order to add sustainable value to the sector.
  • Gatsby will seek to ensure that the programme delivers a long-term sustainable impact by seeking to support the development of local institutions providing commercial and public services to the industry.
  • The programme will seek to evaluate the opportunities for forestry to play a role in delivering sustainable bio-energy.
  • The programme will also seek to evaluate the potential for deriving benefits from climate finance and to access any environmental risks from climate change.

 

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CS, Prof. Judi Wakhungu giving her keynote address during celebrations to mark the 2017 World Met day in Kitui.DSC_0119

CS, Prof. Judi Wakhungu giving her keynote address during celebrations to mark the 2017 World Met day in Kitui.DSC_0119

Cabinet Secretary Prof. Judi Wakhungu has challenged climate scientists to intensify research on climate change to improve early warning systems and mitigation measures for disasters.

Prof. Wakhungu observed that understanding clouds is essential for forecasting weather conditions, modeling the impacts of future climate change and predicting the availability of water resources.

She noted that clouds are central to weather observations and forecasts but one of the key uncertainties in the study of climate change.  As a result of the significance of the condensed water vapor in the sky, there is need to understand better how clouds affect the climate and how a changing climate will affect the clouds as they play a critical role in the water cycle and in shaping the global distribution. The Cabinet Secretary said this during the World Meteorological Day celebrations held in Kitui County.

The theme of this year’s celebrations Understanding Clouds” was selected to highlight the enormous importance of clouds for weather, climate and water resources.

The Cabinet Secretary said that Kenya Meteorological Department has established County Meteorological offices in all the 47 Counties that provide vital weather information to all the users within the local community. They have also helped Counties put in place mitigation measures which have been used to save lives, protect property and conserve the environment and aided in averting and reducing any weather related hazards.

CS, Prof. Judi Wakhungu being shown the newly installed Kitui weather station than will also broadcast weather data in the local dialect.DSC_0083

CS, Prof. Judi Wakhungu being shown the newly installed Kitui weather station than will also broadcast weather data in the local dialect.DSC_0083

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CS Prof.Judi Wakhungu receiving a cheque presented by East African Breweries, to Nature Kenya in support of the planting of 100'000 trees to restore Mt Kenya Forest

CS Prof.Judi Wakhungu receiving a cheque presented by East African Breweries, to Nature Kenya in support of the planting of 100’000 trees to restore Mt Kenya Forest

Kenya’s economy is primarily depended on natural resources. Mt. Kenya forest which is one of the most critical natural resource and also the largest water catchment area in the country, is currently undergoing serious environmental degradation due to climate change and illegal human activities

This was said by the Cabinet Secretary Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources Prof. Judi Wakhungu when she opened a workshop to discuss private sector engagement with the government in the restoration of the Mt. Kenya ecosystem.

The CS pointed the importance of this forest in sustaining livelihoods, supporting food production, generating hydropower and providing freshwater for industrial and domestic use. She further noted that many companies rely on natural resources for running their businesses and should therefore join the Government in demonstrating their commitment in environmental restoration and management for a strong ecosystem.

Prof. Wakhungu said that many governments were facing budgetary constraints on public funding with Natural Resource Management initiatives receiving little attention. In an effort to rehabilitating Mt. Kenya ecosystem therefore, the CS said that Kenya Forest Service (KFS) was closely working with Community Forest Associations (CFAs) and Site Support Group to rehabilitate the degraded areas identified within the ecosystem.

CS revealed that under Plantation Establishment Livelihoods Improvement Scheme (PELIS) Programme, KFS through CFAs has planted 200,000 trees equivalent of 200 hectares in Gathiuru forest. She also added that Nature Kenya had also supplemented this effort by growing more than 11,000 indigenous tree seedlings at the same forest site, through the support of World Trust Land.

She thanked the East African Breweries Limited for the initiative to plant 100,000 trees and Vivo Energy through the ‘Lungs for Kenya initiative’ whose focus for 2017 was on Mt. Kenya restoration.

Present during the event were the Conservation Secretary in the Ministry of Environment Mr. Gideon Gathaara among others.

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The Cabinet Secretary Prof. Judi Wakhungu (center), Finland ambassador (right) and Principal Secretary for Environment Charles Sunkuli (left), at International Day of Forests 2017 celebrations in Ramisi, Kwale County.

The Cabinet Secretary Prof. Judi Wakhungu (center), Finland ambassador (right) and Principal Secretary for Environment Charles Sunkuli (left), at International Day of Forests 2017 celebrations in Ramisi, Kwale County.

The cabinet secretary Prof. Judy Wakhungu has said that her Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources is ready to work closely with County Governments on forest conservation, protection and management. “Counties should prioritize forestry development in their plans and budgets and set aside resources to facilitate the employment of forestry professionals and implementation of County forestry programmes’’ Cabinet secretary remarked.

Wakhungu said that the government of Kenya has made every effort to highlight and pronounce the importance of forests to Wananchi, which is also enshrined in chapter 5 of the constitution of Kenya, stipulating that the state will work to achieve and maintain a tree cover of at least 10% of total land area.

Cabinet secretary said this when she officiated the 2017 International Day of Forests in Ramisi primary school, Msambweni sub-County, Kwale County. The theme for this year is FOREST AND ENERGY. This theme goes hand in hand with the fact that wood is still the most important single source  of renewable energy providing about 6% of the global total energy supply and 80% in the case of Kenya.

Wakhungu said that Kenya is an active participant in the United Nation Forum on Forests (UNFF) and has demonstrated commitments to processes of delivering the revised United Nations Forest instrument and the United Nation strategic plan for forests for the period 2017-2030. “It is also my duty to inform you that the Forest Act 2005 will soon be repealed while the assented forest and conservation management Act 2016 will soon be gazetted” said Judi.

CS congratulated Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources, Kenya Forest Service, Kenya Forest Research Institute and County Governments for their great efforts of developing the first National Forest Programme for Kenya, through financial and technical support from the Government at Finland. She thanked the government and the people of Finland for supporting Kenya’s national efforts of increasing forest cover, reversing degradation of forests and enhancing forest- based economic, social and environmental benefits.

While at the celebrations to mark the International Day of Forests, the Ministry through the State Department of Natural Resources, also signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Gatsby Africa for supporting the development of commercial forestry.

The global celebration of forests provides a platform for raising awareness on the importance of all types of forests and trees outside forests. This date was specifically set aside by the United Nations General Assembly to allow member states to celebrate the importance of forests on global scale. This day’s celebration was achieved through the efforts of the United Nations Forum on Forests and Food and Agricultural Organization, FAO since 2012.

CS Prof Judi Wakhungu and Finland ambassador Tara Fernandez with the just launched National Forest Programme, a framework to guide and coordinate the development within the forest sector.

CS Prof Judi Wakhungu and Finland ambassador Tara Fernandez with the just launched National Forest Programme, a framework to guide and coordinate the development within the forest sector.

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Nairobi March 14, 2017

DSC_0060ROLL - PS, State Dept. of Environment, Mr. Charles Sunkuli, consulting with the Chair of the LVBC Project Review, Amina Shabani from Tanzaniaa and the LVBC executive secretary, Mr. Ali Matano, during the signing

DSC_0060ROLL – PS, State Dept. of Environment, Mr. Charles Sunkuli, consulting with the Chair of the LVBC Project Review, Amina Shabani from Tanzaniaa and the LVBC executive secretary, Mr. Ali Matano, during the signing

Millions of East Africa Community residents around Lake Victoria stand to improve their livelihoods through projects touching on health, Environment and other Economic activities if they receive fresh funding from development partners.

A high level meeting of Principal and Permanent Secretaries from the five member countries alongside technical staff endorsed as successful most of  the current projects being implemented by the Lake Victoria basin and expressed hope that new projects will be funded by development partners, among them the world Bank.

The high level meeting held at Entebbe, Uganda , under the umbrella of  the Joint Regional Steering Committee of Lake Victoria Basin Commission confirmed that multiple projects being implemented in the East Africa Community under the Lake Victoria Environment Management Program (LVEMP 11) had gradually empowered the local population to become prosperous.

The World Bank funded LVEMP 11 in Kenya,Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda and Burudi which is implementing Environment, Water Supply and Sanitation, Population, Health , Research, Pipeline programs among other Economic  activities comes to an end in December 2017.

The Kenya delegation to the steering committee review meeting comprised three principal Secretaries whose team leader was Mr. Charles Sunkuli of Environment. Others were Dr. Margaret Mwakima of Natural Resources and Nancy Karigithu of Maritime affairs.

Permanent Secretaries Eng. Emmanuel Kalombela of Water and Irrigation in Tanzania, Simon Sindayihebura of water, Environment, Land and Urban Planning of Burundi, Fatina Mukarubibi of Natural Resources Rwanda and Alfred Okot Okidi of Water and Environment in Uganda joined their Kenyan counterpart in adopting and signing the projects evaluation reports under the custody of  Lake Victoria Basin Commission. The reports were reviewed by respective technical officers from all the five member states.

A group photo of PS's from the five LVBC partner states with their technical staff after signining the report in Entebbe, Uganda

A group photo of PS’s from the five LVBC partner states with their technical staff after signining the report in Entebbe, Uganda

The Commission Executive Secretary Dr. Ally Said Matano expressed confidence that funding for new projects will be successful following tangible results in the ending of LVEMP 11 and called for support from partner states to overcome challenges faced in some projects such as the Water Supply and Sanitation and the Multinational Lake Victoria Communication and Transport among others.  “Support through commitment and endorsements will help in upscaling the projects “Dr. Matano told the delegates.

All the projects are aimed to transform Lake Victoria basin into a middle income region and allow residents to access basic human rights.

The 6th meeting of the Regional Policy Steering Committee was chaired by Mrs Amina Shabani the Deputy Secretary for Finance and Planning in the United Republic of Tanzania.

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The PS Dr. Margaret Mwakima gives her remarks to commemorate the World Wildlife Day, in Afraha Stadium, Nakuru.

The PS Dr. Margaret Mwakima gives her remarks to commemorate the World Wildlife Day, in Afraha Stadium, Nakuru.

Kenya joined the world in commemorating the World Wildlife Day that was officiated by Environment and Natural Resources Cabinet Secretary Prof. Judy Wakhungu ON Friday 03rd March, 2017. The World Wildlife Day is observed globally every tear on 3rd March since 2014 following proclamation of the day by the United Nations General Assembly in December 2013.

Speaking at Afraha Stadium in Nakuru, the CS appealed to Kenyans to combat illegal trade in wildlife, asking them to continue recognizing the intrinsic value of wildlife and the many economic and social benefits derived from the resource. “It is a pity that poaching and illegal trade in ivory continue to bog down not only in Kenya as a nation but the entire world,” said Wakhungu.

The CS noted that the increased human population has created a high demand for land thus exerting an incredible amount of pressure and threat to wildlife and other bio-diversity types in the country. “This is a great challenge that has currently caused human wildlife conflict where pastoral communities have invaded parks and private ranches in search of pasture and this has resulted to killing of animals,” she added.

Wakhungu said that Kenya amongst other countries in the world is ranked as the most committed nation with a well-structured wildlife conservation history composed of rich biodiversity. “As a nation and a people therefore, we have every reason to appreciate and celebrate our wildlife for the many benefits we derive from them,” the CS further said.

The CS Prof. Judi Wakhungu (center), PS Dr. Margaret Mwakima (2nd left) and Director General Mr. Kitili Mbathi (second from right), at Afraha Stadiaum, Nakuru County, in respect of celebrations to mark the 2017 World Wildlife Day.

The CS Prof. Judi Wakhungu (center), PS Dr. Margaret Mwakima (2nd left) and Director General Mr. Kitili Mbathi (second from right), at Afraha Stadiaum, Nakuru County, in respect of celebrations to mark the 2017 World Wildlife Day.

She announced that Kenya has over 50 protected areas across all ecosystems which ensures that diversity of wildlife and its beauty is preserved for present and future generations and called for more involvement of communities in the conservation and management of wildlife both in terrestrial and marine ecosystem.

Principal Secretary State Department of Natural Resources Dr. Margaret Mwakima who also attended the event said that this year’s theme ‘Listen to the Young Voices’ echoes the call from cites cop 17 on adoption of resolution, conf. 17/5 for states to engage and empower the youth in wildlife conservation issues and to also inspire young people to actively participate in wildlife conservation efforts.

Dr. Mwakima reiterated that efforts are being made in raising awareness to varied benefits of wildlife and the importance of sustainable management and illegal trafficking of endangered species among African elephants, the Rhino and the African pangolins Rosewoods among others.

The PS acknowledged the observance of 2017 World Wildlife Day, saying it fosters the involvement of Kenyan youth for wildlife conservation and establishment of youth movement.

The event was also attended by among others by Kenya Wildlife Service Director Kitili Mbathi and Nakuru Deputy Governor Joseph Ruto.

The CS Prof. Judi Wakhungu presents an a ward to one of the essay competition winners during the World Wildlife Celebrations in Afraha Stadium, Nakuru. This year's World Wildlife theme was "Listen to the young voices"

The CS Prof. Judi Wakhungu presents an a ward to one of the essay competition winners during the World Wildlife Celebrations in Afraha Stadium, Nakuru. This year’s World Wildlife theme was “Listen to the young voices”

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Created with Nokia Smart CamKenya has initiated the ratification of the Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol to phase down production and consumption of hydroflurocarbons that serve as alternatives to ozone depleting substances, Environment Principal Secretary Mr. Charles Sunkuli has said.

He said that a joint enforcement team comprising of the Environment Ministry, National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) and Kenya Revenue Authority was working to ensure that substances that deplete the ozone layer were not imported into the country.

The PS noted the Ministry would strengthen its capacity to monitor and restrict the entry of Ozone depleting substances (ODS) into the country through regular evaluation meetings with the relevant government agencies and in line with the October 2016, Kigali Amendment of the Montreal protocol.

Mr. Sunkuli was speaking this morning when he received officials from the German International Agency (GIZ) PROKLIMA, project who paid a courtesy call on him to update on the progress of the Kigali Amendment. The project deals with climate change, environment and infrastructure whose manager Philipp Denzinger led the delegation.

The ozone layer is the Earth’s natural sunscreen, filtering out harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun. UV rays can cause damage to humans and other forms of life.

Although the ozone layer is high up in the atmosphere, chemical substances used at the surface of the planet can damage it.  If the ozone layer is damaged, UV rays can get through and cause damage to humans and other forms of life. It is therefore necessary to protect the ozone layer chemicals.

According to the United States Environment protection Agency (epa), one of the chemicals used that damages the ozone layer is a refrigerant gas known as R22.

This gas (a hydrochlorofluorocarbon or HCFC) was one of the last remaining ozone depleting substances that is in common use. However, the use of R22 for service and maintenance is now banned according to epa.

However the ODS have been gradually replaced by Hydrofluorocarbons (HFC’s) that do not deplete the ozone but are a significant global warmer  and have a negative impact on climate.

Further the epa says the Montreal Protocol is considered to be the most successful global environmental agreement setting out commitments by every country in the world to eliminate production and use of the chemicals that damage the ozone layer.

The PS was accompanied by the National Coordinator of the Ozone unit in the Ministry Mr. Kirui Maridany among other officials.

 

 

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CS, Prof. Judi Wakhungu during the interview with KTN crew in her NHIF office.

CS, Prof. Judi Wakhungu during the interview with KTN crew in her NHIF office.

The government has put interventions in place to mitigate climate change and its effects in the country. This has been done by enacting the Climate Change Act, 2016 making Kenya one of the few countries in the world to enact a climate change law. Efforts to increase the forest cover are a notch higher having increased from 6.9% in 2013 to 7.24%. Towards this end, KEFRI has been undertaking research to identify the best indigenous tree species to be planted in arid and semi arid lands.

Cabinet Secretary for Environment and Natural Resources, Prof. Judi Wakhungu said this during an interview with KTN in her office. She explained that water harvesting is also being encouraged for irrigation use and to avert drought and hunger. Moreover, an early warning system is in place to provide automatic weather updates in various regions across the country.

Wakhungu emphasized that the Ministry will continue raising awareness on climate change in all sectors to secure the environment for the future. ‘We are responsible for our environment and we must secure it for the future’, we must do this by planting trees and not littering’, said she. Environmental issues will also be mainstreamed in the education curriculum up to tertiary level to educate Kenyans on the importance of respecting and conserving the environment. The Ministry is also providing standards on emissions to manufacturers to reduce their pollution footprint on the environment.

CS, Prof. Judi Wakhungu reaching the tech- savvy audience on KTN social media through a selfie with KTN news anchor, Joy Doreen Biira.

CS, Prof. Judi Wakhungu reaching the tech- savvy audience on KTN social media through a selfie with KTN news anchor, Joy Doreen Biira.

On biodiversity, Prof. Wakhungu said that the country was working hard to ensure that 10% of all land is earmarked as protected areas (national parks, marine parks and reserves etc). She added that people with large tracks of land are being encouraged to conserve wildlife to weather the effects of climate change and also use it as an opportunity to generate revenue and improve their livelihoods.

 

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