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Recognizing the impacts climate change and air pollution make on its people, Kenya considers activities to reduce short-lived climate pollutants (SLCPs) part of its efforts to improve public health, promote sustainable development and eradicate poverty. Kenya joined the Coalition to increase its SLCP mitigation activities in households, agriculture and waste. Upon joining, Kenya also expressed a strong interest in activities to reduce black carbon emissions from the bricks sector, hydrofluorocarbons, and raising the profile of SLCPs among local and national stakeholders.
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The objective of Kenya’s livestock sub-sector is to contribute to food and nutrition security within the context of the national goal and ambition for a low carbon emission and climate resilient...