Kenya

National Policy on Climate Finance

Executive
Policy
Passed in 2016
This policy accomplishes several goals. First, it describes the current legal and policy framework for climate financing that is relevant for Kenya, focusing on both domestic and international sources. Second, it outlines the role that climate financing could play in each of Kenya's most important economic sectors (agriculture, forestry, energy, transport, trade, tourism, manufacturing, water and sanitation, disaster risk management, and research and innovation). Third, it describes the policy interventions the Kenyan government intends to make with respect to climate financing, including to establish a national Climate Change Fund, identify climate financing sources and create a national system for tracking them, enhancing Kenya's carbon trading system, and exploring the possibility of green bonds.

Documents
from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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