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KFS to lead climate change agenda in Kenya

The President spoke on Wednesday during the pass-out parade of forest rangers in Gilgil, Nakuru County. He asked the rangers to champion the National Landscape and Ecosystem Restoration Programme and lead the country in the realisation of its ambitious plan to grow 15 billion by 2032. Ruto said that the nation’s development agenda relies on its climate action initiative to mitigate climate change. "Our lives and livelihoods depend on the protection and sustenance of our biodiversity and the mitigation of climate change," he said.The goal is to curb illegal logging, charcoal burning and other forms of interference with the integrity of forests. "Our increased vulnerability to extreme weather and climate change is the consequence of negligent and dangerous human activity, such as the wanton destruction of forests," he saidhttps://www.the-star.co.ke/news/2023-10-11-ruto-forest-rangers-to-drive-kenyas-climate-change-action/

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  • johnte ndeto

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    This move will protect our forests and their inhabitant

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    • We Don't Have Time

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      • Esther Wanjiku

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        KFS being at the forefront of the climate change discussion will surely impact our fortunes

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        • Kevin

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          KFS being a disciplined force will surely put in the efforts in climate change mitigation

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          • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

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            It's inspiring to see Kenya's commitment to combat climate change and protect its natural environment. President Ruto's call to forest rangers to lead the National Landscape and Ecosystem Restoration Programme is a significant step in the right direction. The ambition to grow 15 billion trees by 2032 is a commendable goal that not only contributes to global climate action but also safeguards the nation's biodiversity. Recognizing the profound link between climate action and the nation's development agenda is crucial. Our well-being and prosperity are intricately tied to the protection and preservation of our natural resources and ecosystems. President Ruto rightly emphasizes the need to curb illegal logging and other harmful activities that threaten our forests and increase our vulnerability to extreme weather and climate change. This initiative serves as a powerful reminder that individuals, communities, and governments all have a role to play in mitigating climate change and preserving our planet for future generations. Kudos to Kenya for taking this proactive stance on climate action. 🌍🌳🇰🇪 #ClimateChange #Sustainability #KenyaClimateAction

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            • Elizabeth Gathigia

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              Together we can bring a positive change that we all wona see

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              • mercy nduta

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                @elizbeth_gathigia Absolutely we have all it takes to conquer climate change.

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              • George Kariuki

                36 w

                This is great. We need to invest every resource that's available to protect our forest.

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                • Gorffly mokua

                  36 w

                  This is a positive stride towards environmental stewardship. Their expertise in forestry and conservation positions them well to drive meaningful action.

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                  • walter lungayi

                    36 w

                    It is encouraging to see Kenya taking a leadership role in tackling climate change through initiatives like the National Landscape and Ecosystem Restoration Programme. Protecting and preserving biodiversity is crucial for the sustainability of our planet and the well-being of future generations.

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                    • rosebellendiritu

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                      This means that everybody will be involved in bringing the change we want

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                      • Jane Wangui

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                        @rosebellendiritu I agree. Everyone needs to be involved.

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                      • Rashid Kamau

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                        KFS needs our full support in matter climate change.

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