WWF-Kenya's work on Forests
Our work in forest management is aimed at averting the worrying trend towards rapid forest encroachment, unsustainable utilization of forest resources, deteriorating river water quality, disruption of flow regimes in river and skewed distribution of benefits.
In Kenya our forest resources management initiatives target some of the most biodiversity-rich forests, including forests that also act as water towers for important downstream water users, and some forests that are critical cultural/sacred sites to indigenous communities in both terrestrial and marine ecosystems
Together for Oceans - Sustainable Blue Economy Conference
The first ever global Sustainable Blue Economy Conference, co-hosted by Kenya, Canada and Japan, was held in Nairobi, Kenya, ...
Conservation Heroes Day marked
Conservation heroes day was celebrated in Kenya at the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) headquarters on the 16th of December 2018, ...
Update on WWF review into the Kenyan Rhino translocation
WWF is devastated by the loss of the black rhinos following the translocation from Nairobi and Nakuru National Parks to Tsavo ...