Kenya integrates climate-smart agriculture into its Intended Nationally Determined Contribution
Technical support from CCAFS and CGIAR Centers helps build consensus for wider policy change.
Kenya is among 36 countries (as of September 21) that have recently submitted their Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDC) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). INDCs—a key driver towards a new climate agreement by the conclusion of the upcoming UNFCCC climate talks in Paris (COP21) this December— are the primary means by which governments can boldly state what steps they will take in the context of their national priorities, circumstances and capabilities to address climate change. Read more
Blog by Vivian Atakos (CCAFS East Africa)