Chambers Global Practice Guide Environmental Law 2021

CDH Kenya Partner, Clarice Wambua and Associate Esther Kimanzi have made written contributions to the Chambers Global Practice Guides – Environmental Law 2021.

31 Jan 2022 1 min read Article

At a glance

  • Environmental protection in Kenya is governed by a myriad of policies and laws.
  • The Ministry of Environment and Forestry is responsible for developing Kenya’s national environmental policy. Key regulatory authorities and bodies responsible for environmental enforcement include the following.

The guide highlight trends and developments in the Kenya Environmental Law legal landscape. They delve into key subject matters such as regulatory framework; climate change; environmental incidents and permits; and corporate, personal, lender, and civil liability, to name a few.

Read the Guide here

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