Kenya is well endowed with abundant flora and fauna whose economic and aesthetic value cannot be overemphasized. Over the years, we have witnessed serious depletion of ecosystems through wanton destruction of habitats and poaching of endangered wildlife species such as the rhino.
If measures are not taken, this behavior will negatively impact tourism which is a major foreign exchange earner for the country and also destroy our natural heritage.
We aim to support community, county and national programmes and initiatives that conserve endangered wildlife species and ecosystems.
Our aim is to have a country where integrated environmental management offers sustainable livelihoods. To achieve this, we will forge a working relationship with relevant institutions to increase sustainability of ecosystems. We also aim to support efforts to manage wastes.