Green Transition main key focus is to preserve the planet for future generations. Here comes the Europe Day again, the day marks the origin of the European Union as a project for peace in Europe. The EU(European Union) want to contribute to the security and sustainable development of the planet earth. This can be found on the Article 2 of the EU.
On all fronts, more needs to be done, and young people must be actively engaged. The climate catastrophe is a challenge for everyone, but especially for the young people who will inherit the world we leave behind. However, for many young Kenyans, everyday existence means that fighting climate change and environmental degradation takes a back seat to making ends meet.
We want to emphasize on Europe Day that conserving the environment and preserving livelihoods for future generations of Kenyans are inextricably linked. The Green Transition provides numerous job and livelihood prospects, as well as the country’s continuous economic and social transformation.
This year’s Europe Day online program will highlight the accomplishments. We’re not stopping there: Team Europe’s support for Kenya under the EU-Kenya Strategic Dialogue includes a focus on the Green Transition. Circular economy, climate-smart agriculture, renewable energy, natural capital and biodiversity, and sustainable urban development and infrastructure are all included. In 118 different projects executed by the EU, member states, and the European Investment Bank, we are mobilizing about Sh400 billion in grants, loans, and financing for Kenya. This is only one of several projects.