United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)

To achieve the stabilization of greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere at a level that would prevent dangerous interferance with the climate system.

Adopted : 9th May 1992  
Ratification: 30th August 1994  
Entered into force: 30th August 1994

Government Obligation:
To regulate levels of greenhouse gas concentration in the atmosphere so as to avoid the occurence of climate change on a level that would impend sustainable economic development or compromise initiatives in food production.

Focal Point:
Mr. ……
Cabinet Secretary
Ministry of Environment and Foresty
Principal Secretary
Ministry of Environment and Forestry
Director Climate Change
Ministry of Environment and Forestry

System for Land –based Emissions Estimations in Kenya (SLEEK).
Low Emission Climate Ressilience Development Programme (LECRD). It is funded by USAID through UNDP.