“Collaborating to Tackle Climate Change: TEAMEnvironment Kenya and Nakuru County Government”

We are thrilled to announce that on 7th February, a delegation from TEAMEnvironment Kenya met with Dr. Nelson Maara, the Commissioner for Water, Environment, Energy, Natural Resources and Climate Change to discuss potential partnerships in the area of climate change mitigation. The meeting provided an opportunity for productive discussions about several initiatives aimed at promoting a greener and more sustainable future for the residents of Nakuru

One of the main topics of discussion was the Green City Project, which is a vision to transform Nakuru into a city that is environmentally friendly, energy-efficient, and sustainable. We talked about the importance of carbon credits, increasing forest cover, and establishing carbon sinks within the city to reduce the impact of climate change. We also touched on the significance of promoting a circular economy, which can help to reduce the need for new raw materials and protect the environment.

Another important topic was educating the young generation about the causes, effects, and practices of mitigating climate change. We discussed our plans to establish programs in schools and institutions of higher learning that will help students understand the importance of protecting the environment. By educating the young, we hope to equip the future generations with the necessary knowledge and skills to tackle the impacts of climate change and promote sustainable environmental practices.

We’re incredibly excited about the opportunities that lie ahead for TEAMEnvironment Kenya and the County Government of Nakuru in the fight against climate change. We believe that by working together and sharing our ideas, we can achieve our goal of promoting a greener and more sustainable future for the residents of Nakuru.

Stay tuned for more updates from TEAMEnvironment Kenya as we continue our journey towards a greener and more sustainable future!

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