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Kenya’s economy is largely dependent on tourism and rainfed agriculture, both susceptible to climate change and extreme weather events. Increasing heat and recurrent droughts contribute to severe crop and livestock losses, leading to famine, displacement, and other threats to human health and wellbeing. Kenya’s predominantly low-lying coastline and surrounding islands are at risk from sea level rise, with significant implications for the fisheries sector and storm surge protection. Agriculture is the leading source of greenhouse gas emissions in the country, largely driven by enteric fermentation from livestock.https://www.climatelinks.org/countries/kenya

  • Munene Mugambi

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    Kenya has to diversify it's portfolio on the economic front to ensure survival in the light of climate change. We have to welcome manufacturing and production while ensuring these companies are sustainable by use of green energy which we have much of.

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    • Tabitha Kimani

      6 w

      KWF is at the fore front in taking actions towards environmental conservation.

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      • Gorffly mokua

        6 w

        @tabitha_kimani They are doing their best!

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