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Joshua Karisa
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Will carbon trading help Kenyans reduce food prices?

In Kenya, The Rural Electrification and Renewable Energy Corporation (REREC) established under section 43 of the Energy Act (2019), is tasked with harnessing opportunities offered under clean
development mechanism and other mechanisms including carbon credit trading.

Section 75 the Act further authorises the Cabinet Secretary to collaborate with the necessary stakeholders in harnessing carbon trading opportunities. This is a good starting point.

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1 Her Answer

  1. Big opportunity for small businesses to participate. I worry about the said stakeholders which ends up being translation for private developers or connected government agencies. People from across the country should be included too, even in the next phase.

    Big opportunity for small businesses to participate. I worry about the said stakeholders which ends up being translation for private developers or connected government agencies. People from across the country should be included too, even in the next phase.

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1 Him Answer

  1. Food prices should be based on available supply and current needs. The whole carbon conversation is useless if it suggest that we starve today so that our future generations can have enough.

    Food prices should be based on available supply and current needs. The whole carbon conversation is useless if it suggest that we starve today so that our future generations can have enough.

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