Kenya enacted the Climate Change Act in 2016 to provide a regulatory framework for enhanced response to climate change, to provide for mechanism and measures to achieve low carbon climate development. The Act requires all the state agencies to establish climate change units to implement climate change duties highlighted in the Act. Through this law, Kenya joined the league of other nations who have taken measures to domesticate the Paris Agreement. As a signatory to the Paris Agreement, Kenya communicates its climate change targets through the Nationally Determined Contribution.
Our vision: To be a leader in emission reduction and climate change adaptation while providing transport infrastructure services for sustainable social economic development.
Our mission: To mainstream climate change mitigation and adaptation in transport functions.