Whois going to Speakin this session: Natural Resources & Climate Change
Chief Guest - Session 1
Dr. Chris Kiptoo, Principal Secretary Ministry of Environment and Fisheries
Prof. Bockline 0. Bebe, Ag. Deputy Vice-Cancellor (Research and Extension)
SESSION 1: Keynote Speakers
Projections of climate change in Kenya and adaptation options
Patricia Nying'uro, from Kenya, is a senior meteorologist and WMO (World Meteorological Organization) trained broadcast meteorologist working at the Kenya Meteorological Department. She is passionate about climate change and climate change communication.
The Role of Selected animal species in regeneration of natural Forests
Is a Research Officer and Project Assistant at Kenya Forestry Research Institute - Gede and Londiani. She hold a MSc. Biology of Conservation from the University of Nairobi and BSc. Environmental Conservation and Natural Resource Management, University of Nairobi-1st class honours .
Indigenous Marine Biohazard Knowledge and their Management among Intertidal Seascape Users along the Kenyan Indian Ocean Coast
Dr. Kihia C. M. is a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Biological Sciences at Egerton university. Has a PhD Environmental Sciences (Egerton). Has done research in Marine bio-hazards, mangroves, and medicinal forest trees. Has won various awards in his research work and has also published extensively.
Clean cooking energy: Options and associated costs
Mr. Benjamin Wamalwa Kisiangani is a trained Agricultural Economist holding a BSc. and an M.Sc. in Agricultural Economics from Egerton University. He is currently a tutorial fellow in the department of Economics, Laikipia University and Research consultant with Sustainable Community Development Services, Nakuru.