Tagged on: Kenya

Steps Towards Reduced Emissions And Cleaner Vehicles In Kenya
United Nations Environment Programme, Martin Eshiwani, Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure Kenya
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2017
The Relevance of Green University Networks in promoting a Sustainable Future / Importance des réseaux des universités vertes pour un avenir durable
United Nations Environment Programme

COP 22 Side Event on Environmental Education


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2016
Area Based Planning tools and Regional Cooperation in the Western Indian Ocean meeting
United Nations Environment Programme, United Nations Environment Programme Institutional authors
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2016
Partnership on Science to Policy Forum
United Nations Environment Programme, United Nations Environment Programme Institutional authors
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2016
Kenya Green University Network Launch
United Nations Environment Programme
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2016
Eighth Conference of Parties REPORT June 2015 Mahe Seychelles
United Nations Environment Programme Institutional authors

The Convention for the Protection, Management and Development of the Marine and Coastal Environment of the Eastern African Region (Nairobi Convention) and its two protocols (Protected Areas and Wild Fauna and Flora in the Eastern African Region and Cooperation in Combating Marine Pollution in Cases of Emergency in the Eastern African Region). The convention that was adopted in June 22 1985 came into force in May 1996. Following their entry into force, the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) convened the first meeting of the Contracting Parties in March 1997 in Seychelles and subsequently the Conference of Parties is held after two years to review the implementation of decisions of the COPs and to adopt the work program for the Nairobi Convention.


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2015
AFRICAN ENVIRONMENT DAY/WANGARI MAATHAI DAY 2014 CELEBRATIONS - KENYA Theme: YOUTH – Healing the Earth: Environment . Education . Empowerment
United Nations Environment Programme

AFRICAN ENVIRONMENT DAY/WANGARI MAATHAI DAY 2014 CELEBRATIONS - KENYA
Theme: YOUTH – Healing the Earth: Environment . Education . Empowerment


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2015
Monograph
Building Inclusive Green Economies in Africa - Experience and Lessons Learned 2010-2015
United Nations Environment Programme

This synthesis report provides an overview of where Africa, as a region, stands in terms of transitioning to an inclusive green economy. It draws on recent studies to summarise the prospective gains and challenges associated with investing in a green economy and outlines a way forward to prioritise policy reforms, with a specific section on how to turn strategies and practices challenges into opportunities. Collectively, this report highlights how a transition to a green economy may be achieved within a range of country conditions.


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2015
Monograph
Economic Survey
Kenya National Bureau of Statistics

Kenya’s economy is estimated to have expanded by 5.3 per cent in 2014, compared to a growth of 5.7 per cent in 2013. From the demand side, growth was mainly driven by an increase in private final consumption and a rapid growth in capital investment. From the supply side, the major drivers of the economy were agriculture, forestry and fishing||construction||wholesale and retail trade||education||and finance and insurance. However, accommodation and food services (hotels and restaurants) sector contracted for the second year in a row.


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2015
Monograph
Regional State of the Coast Report: Western Indian Ocean
United Nations Environment Programme, Nairobi Convention Secretariat

The Regional State of Coast Report for the western Indian Ocean (WIO) is the first comprehensive regional synthesis to provide insights into the enormous economic potential around the WIO, the consequential demand for marine ecosystem goods and services to match the increasing human population, the pace and scale of environmental changes taking place in the region and the opportunities to avoid serious degradation in one of the world’s unique and highly biodiverse oceans. The report goes a step further and presents exploratory scenarios and policy analysis to better inform anticipatory planning and management of coastal and marine resources. Thirty years after the Nairobi Convention was enacted, there is no better way to mark this major milestone than launching this report in 2015 - a report which amongst others, will provide the Convention with the basis for reflection on where it is coming from and where it would wish to be in another thirty years from now. This report highlights the enormous economic potential and development needs of countries around the WIO and, at the same time, points out the growing natural and anthropogenic pressure imposed on the region coastal and marine environment, and the opportunities to avoid them.


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2015