Searching with a thematic focus on Climate change poverty and vulnerability, Climate change, Low carbon energy in climate change in Kenya
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- DocumentUniversity of Sussex, UK, 2014Is it possible for Kenya to simultaneously tackle energy poverty, contribute to climate change mitigation and reduce exposure to climate vulnerability? There is growing international focus on how to support more integrated approaches to addressing climate change in ways that capture synergies and minimise the trade-offs between climate change mitigation, adaptation and development.DocumentInstitute of Development Studies UK, 2014There is growing international focus on how to support more integrated approaches to a ddressing climate change in ways that capture synergies and minimise the trade - offs between climate change mitigation, adaptation and development. These aims are embodied in the concept of climate compatible development (CCD). But what does this look like in practice in Kenya?DocumentConsultative Group on International Agricultural Research, 2012According to this report, climate funds for reducing greenhouse gas emissions can benefit small farmers and help achieve development objectives. In the detailed study of six African agricultural carbon projects, researchers found that communities are benefiting from a range of activities related to planting and managing trees on farms.DocumentArid Lands Information Network, 2011Modern energy services are essential for reducing poverty. Countries need energy to increase economic production, which improves livelihood options for women and men. Energy is also needed to increase agricultural productivity, provide clean water and improve human health, and energy enables girls and boys to go to school.