||Towards a New Climate Change Agreement and Set of Sustainable Development Goals
Pan African Climate Justice Alliance and other partners including: CARITAS Meru, KEWASNET, Kagoech Foundation Trust, Kenya Forest Service, Miss Tourism Kenya and Mugwe Community Development Organization have identified this day as an important moment to rally residents together to take stock of the natural and human-induced problems facing the biggest water source, Nyambene forest, which nearly triggered human-human-animal conflicts last dry season. Activities during this event will focus on the rehabilitation of Ura river through tree planting in the lower Nyambene Forest, community awareness on climate change issues, the Post 2015 Development agenda as well as grassroots mobilization on the Road to Paris.
- Date/Time: 22nd May, 2015 09.00 Hrs - 14.00 Hrs
- Place: Kambene Primary School in Meru, County