Earth4All: Kenya

Published 2024 – This report applies Earth4All to the local context of Kenya. Earth4All is an international initiative to accelerate the systems-change we need for an equitable future on a finite planet. The project has brought together economic thinkers, scientists and advocates to explore how to achieve wellbeing for all within planetary boundaries this century. This work climaxed in the book Earth for All: A Survival Guide for Humanity.

Kenya is among the pilot countries selected for an Earth4All national scale initiative. The national engagement work for Kenya was launched at the Africa Climate Week in September 2023 and is led by the Partnership for Economic Policy (PEP). This report focuses on three deeply intertwined systems: economy, society and the Earth system. It shows how different policies are likely to affect human wellbeing, societies and ecosystems in the short and long term by focusing on two possible scenarios for the country from the current period to 2050: Too Little Too Late and the Giant Leap.

In collaboration with PEP, the Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA), the Millennium Institute, the international Earth4All team, and a diverse spectrum of stakeholders this report defines what Earth4All means for Kenya and identifies opportunities and policy recommendations related to the five turnarounds to accelerate progress towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the Bottom-up Economic Transformation Agenda and Africa Agenda 2030.

Authors: Jane Kabubo-Mariara, Kenneth Kigundu, Naomi Mainye, Eliud Moyi, Irene Nyamu, Eldah Onsomu, Nthalie Spittier and Henri Contor.

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