COP26: State obliged to protect Kenyans against climate change

Constitution provides that the government must work to protect the environment from fumes and greenhouse gases

In Summary

• Water is becoming an ever-increasing problem – with consequences for human and animals.

• Disease patterns will change – including malaria and other mosquito borne diseases spreading to places where they have not been before.

Quite a number of Kenyans have flown to Glasgow for COP26 (the 26th conference of parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change).

It seems appropriate to ask, “What does the ...

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