The WWF is run at a local level by the following offices...
- WWF Global
- Central African Republic
- Central America
- Democratic Republic of the Congo
- European Policy Office
If we invest sustainably, we invest in a better future for people and nature in Kenya
WHAT IS WWF- KENYA DOING?
We aim to influence policy and regulation, financial markets, trade and investment decisions such that crucial ecosystem services and socio-economic benefits are enhanced and are accruing for communities.
The East Africa Sustainable Investments (RSI) Programme is implemented in three Eastern Africa countries: Kenya, Tanzania and Mozambique.We currently focus on three key drivers: Governance, Finance and markets besides six conservation goals: Wildlife, Forests, Oceans, Fresh water and Climate and energy, which are key in the implementation of sustainable investments programs. WWF-Kenya is a dynamic and innovative organisation addressing the ever-escalating environmental concerns amid important opportunities for national development through:
Development and implimentation of the Green economy strategy in Kenya. Development of the draft environmental management and co-ordination act, cap 387 - the environmental strategic assessment, integrated impact assessment and audit regulations, 2018. Support of the Green bonds programme Kenya including the launch of the Green Finance Demand Study. Assessment of the implications of the Belt Road Initiative – a Chinese initiative meant to open up china to the world and the world to china via infrastructure development.