National Wildlife Strategy 2030
Kenya's National Wildlife Strategy 2030 is based on four pillars:
It recognises that climate change places Kenya's wildlife at risk, but also that ecosystem conservation and management can contribute to greater climate resilience by serving as a form of adaptation. It specifically calls for the creation of a National Wildlife Adaptation Strategy, which would determine complementarities between wildlife conservation and climate change adaptation.
- Resilient Ecosystems
- Engagement by all Kenyans
- Evidence based Decision Making
- Sustainability and Governance