It was such a great honour for Kenya’s president, Uhuru Kenyatta to join other world leaders during the official opening of the 4th session of the United Nations Environment Assembly at Gigiri.
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The impact of climate change worldwide cannot be overemphasized. This is why we must all unite towards addressing this challenge that threatens our livelihood,’’he said.
This session’s theme, ‘Innovative Solutions for Environmental Challenges and Sustainable Production and Consumption’ is therefore timely. It calls for practical and creative solutions. Together we must find ways to reverse unsustainable agricultural practices and promote resource and energy efficiency.
Only then can we improve food security and promote access to nutritious and affordable food, which is one of Kenya’s goals under the Big4 Agenda, We will continue to offer unwavering support to United Nations Environment Programme and United Nations office in Nairobi, both as host and member state of the United Nations,’’Uhuru Kenyatta said.
Kenya remains committed to strengthening UN Environment Programme functions in Nairobi and echoes the General Assembly’s call for stable, adequate and increased financing for UN Environment Programme.
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