Forests in Kenya worth much more intact says government report

Mongabay: Kenya's forests provide greater services and wealth to the nation when they are left standing. A landmark report by The Kenyan Government and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) addresses the importance of forests to the well-being of the nation, putting Kenya among a pioneering group of countries that aim to center development plans around nature-based assets. "The study by UNEP on valuing Kenya's montane forests is an enormous breath of fresh air that is welcomed by conservationists......

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