KENYA. The constitution of Kenya 2010 reinforces the importance of natural resources and the environment. Chapter 5, Environment and Natural Resources, contains principles and obligations on the environment; protection and conservation of the environment; enforcement of environmental rights; the use and development of natural resources; agreements relating to natural resources; and environmental legislation. The constitution also provides for the establishment of an environment and land court to address legal disputes related to environmental and land resources and processes. Kenya’s newly devolved system of government calls for collaboration between national and county administrations. The central government has jurisdiction over the use of international waters and water resources, marine navigation, and the protection of the environment and natural resources including fishing and water. The county government is responsible for fisheries and implementing national policies. Legislation relevant to the marine environment is substantive (nearly 50 pieces of legislation) but confusing. The framework involves at least 14 government ministries and a further 9 authorities. Duplication, omission and poor implementation dilute regulatory effectiveness. The National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan (2000) harmonizes the fragmented and multiple laws on the environment across different sectors. However, its marine and coastal aspects are rarely referred to. It is likely that few coastal people are aware of its existence. Co-management with communities has also become the norm in many of the newer policies and regulations although few communities are aware of their rights (Samoilys et al., 2011c). The Environmental Management and Coordination Act (EMCA) (1999) provides the legal and institutional framework for managing and protecting Kenya’s environment. It is being reviewed to align it to the 2010 constitution. Moreover, the Kenya Forest Service (KFS), KWS, and National Museums of Kenya also have jurisdiction over mangroves, which leads to confusion in enforcement and management (Samoilys et al., 2011c). The EMCA can declare any area of the sea to be a protected coastal zone. The National Environment Council, established by Section 4(1) of the EMCA, undertakes policy formulation and provides direction for the purposes of the EMCA. The National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) was established under the act to implement policy. It became operational in 2002. Secti...
KENYA. The vast majority of Kenya’s Grey Crowned Cranes are found on private, government or communally owned land. Small populations though are found in Amboseli National Park, Masai Mara National Park, Naivasha National Park and Saiwa Swamp National Park and are all afforded high levels of protection. A number of Important Bird Areas are home to Grey Crowned Cranes, but levels of protection are low and management is dependent on the communities involved and the support that they receive.
KENYA. The Relevant Sellers shall transfer the relevant Shares in The Scotts Company Kenya Ltd. a form of transfer duly executed by the registered holders in favour of the Relevant Purchasers or as they may direct accompanied by the related share certificates (or an express indemnity in a form satisfactory to the Relevant Purchasers in the case of any certificate found to be missing) and a Form D 170 certificate on transfer of certain marketable securities duly executed by The Scotts Company Kenya Ltd. auditor.
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