The Kenyan Climate Change Portal is a one stop repository of climate change information in Kenya. It is an initiative of the Low Emission and Climate Resilient Development (LECRD) Project which aims to contribute to Kenya's overall goal in achieving transformative development, accelerating sustainable climate resilient economic growth while slowing down Green House Gas emissions. The portal will help to link climate change actors across various sectors and their initiatives by providing a platform to address issues relating to climate change. This will go a long way in eliminating the information gap amongst various actors in the climate change arena and also show case initiatives by different players.

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Environment Cabinet Secretary Keriako Tobiko launches national tree planting exercise

Frequently Asked Questions

What is climate?

The climate is the weather conditions in a particular region.

What is Climate Change?

A change in the statistical distribution of weather patterns when that change lasts for an extended period of at least 30 years.

What is climate variability?

Variations (ups and downs) in climatic conditions on time scales of months, years or less than three decades

What is climate change adaptation?

Changes in processes, practices, and structures to moderate potential damages or to benefit from opportunities associated with climate change

What is climate change mitigation?

Any activity that results in reduction of greenhouse gas emission or removal of greenhouse gases from the atmosphere.

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Environment CS Keriako Tobiko (c), Transport CS James Macharia (r) and Director General NEMA Prof. Geoffrey Wakhungu, when they inspected Nairobi River Restoration Command Centre. Environment and Forestry Cabinet Secretary Mr. Keriako Tobiko has urged county governments to support projects initiated by national governments as they were intended to benefit the tax payers. The CS noted that the national government ...
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Environment and Forestry Principal Secretary Mr. Charles Sunkuli has appealed for concerted efforts by all Nairobi residents to clean up the city to restore its lost glory. He warned that people who discharged effluent into Nairobi River will be mapped out and be prosecuted through the Environmental Management and Coordination Act implemented by the environment watchdog, NEMA. The PS said ...
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18 April, 2018 CAS Mohammed Elmi flags off the national seed distribution exercise at the KEFRI Seed Centre in Muguga. Over 3,000kgs of exotic and indigenious seeds were distributed to various counties. The Chief Administrative Secretary, Mohamed Elmi on Tuesday, 17th April, flagged off the National Tree Seeds distribution exercise at the KEFRI Seed Center in Muguga, Kiambu County. The ...
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18th April, 2018 Keriako Tobiko giving a keynote address during the official opening of the KEFRI 5th Scientific Conference. Cabinet Secretary Keriako Tobiko has said that the Ministry will establish a standing panel of experts in various thematic areas of the Ministry to be occasionally consulted when they retire from the civil service. He observed that in the next few ...
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CS Keriako Tobiko with celebrities Daddy Owen (Musician )and Miss Earth Jacquilynn Kirui and Susan Kirui when they paid a courtesy call on him. Conservation has received a boost through the decision of artists and celebrities to partner with the Environment Ministry to green the country and save the disappearing forests. Environment and Forestry Cabinet Secretary Mr. Keriako Tobiko hosted ...
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