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Understanding Kenya’s Multilateral Environmental Agreements, the Future of Environmental Governance

@inproceedings{Ngare2016UnderstandingKM,
  title={Understanding Kenya’s Multilateral Environmental Agreements, the Future of Environmental Governance},
  author={Innocent Ngare and Joseph Muiruri Karanja and Michael Kipkorir Koech},
  year={2016}
}
Kenyalike other global countries, is a signatory to international environmental agreements. The relevance and their significance dating of global agenda 21 at Rio. Today different protocols serve the Kenyan environmental conservation and management entities as a platform to conserve its environment. This paper is a review of key international environmental protocols and convention in Kenya. Four multilateral environmental agreements were reviewed. The Kyoto protocol, Montreal protocol… 

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