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Jane Nyakang’o
Director
Kenya National Cleaner Production Centre (KNCPC)
P.O. Box 1360-00200 City Square,...
RIO+20 outcome text: “The future we want”
 The goal is inclusive green growth
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Green growth (GG)...”enabling sustain...
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Kenyan economy reliant on its natural resource base –
tourism and agricultural sectors.
Vision 2030...10%...
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All economic sectors must define and implement key actions
that promote and accelerate an inclusive and effective
trans...
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Training
i. Climate Change and CDM
ii. Resource Efficient & Cleaner Production
(Energy Efficiency, Water Efficiency, M...
2. Assisting businesses & organisations to adopt
Resource Efficient & Cleaner Production (RECP)
technologies & techniques
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Over 400 companies KNCPC has assisted in
last 10 years:
 Energy
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 30-40% reduction in energy consumption with no- and ...
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Materials
◦ 15-20% material use reduction (quality, production
scheduling, employee skills, good housekeeping, etc)
...
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Global South-South Development Expo 2013

A presentation from Solution Forum 2 organized by UNIDO on Clean Technologies for Green Industry.

Solution Forum 2 description: clean Technologies for Green Industry is the theme for this forum and is the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) important contribution to the Global South South Development Expo 2013. It will focus on showcasing clean technology solutions that have been successfully implemented in developing countries, emphasizing Southern-grown technologies, as well as South-South, North-South-South triangular cooperation and PPP modalities.

More about Solution Forum 2: http://j.mp/GSSDsf2

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GSSD 13 Solution Forum 2 (UNIDO) - Resource efficient and cleaner production

  1. 1.          Jane Nyakang’o Director Kenya National Cleaner Production Centre (KNCPC) P.O. Box 1360-00200 City Square, Nairobi Tel. 254-20-6004870/1 Fax: 254-20-6004871 E-mail: jnyakang’o@cpkenya.org ; info@cpkenya.org 1
  2. 2. RIO+20 outcome text: “The future we want”  The goal is inclusive green growth   Green growth (GG)...”enabling sustainable growth and creating prosperity by taking a holistic approach to development—valuing human, social and natural capital, efficiently and sustainably producing goods and services and building resilience  Sustainable consumption & production is a tool to transit to a Green Economy (GE). ◦ Resource Efficient & Cleaner Production at micro level 2
  3. 3.       Kenyan economy reliant on its natural resource base – tourism and agricultural sectors. Vision 2030...10% growth over horizon Means ensuring economic growth, creating green jobs and developing green technologies in order to maintain or restore environmental quality and ecological integrity 2012: Gvt +UNEP produced a draft GE Scoping Study that identifies opportunities/challenges towards GG...already ongoing GE activities, needs mainstreaming & scale-up 2013: AfDB+UNEP+WWF to assist Kenya to develop a GG strategy & roadmap to switch to business “unusual”..policy & institutional reforms, other necessary conditions Initial 4 sectors: agriculture, energy, transport & industry, later water, natural resource management, building and construction. 3
  4. 4.  All economic sectors must define and implement key actions that promote and accelerate an inclusive and effective transition to a Green Economy.  The resulting actions, instruments and policy reforms must be embodied within the country’s strategic documents.. Medium Term Plan (MTP) for 2013-2017 and, ultimately, Vision 2030.  Kenya National Cleaner Production Centre (KNCPC) a nodal agency by promoting application of SCP and RECP Centre’s activities goal: zero waste (i.e. source reduction, efficient & sustainable consumption of resources)  4
  5. 5. 1. Training i. Climate Change and CDM ii. Resource Efficient & Cleaner Production (Energy Efficiency, Water Efficiency, Materials management) iii. Waste Prevention & Management iv. Environmental Impact Assessment and Audit Target trainees: Consultants, industry & businesses, industry associations, academia etc) 5
  6. 6. 2. Assisting businesses & organisations to adopt Resource Efficient & Cleaner Production (RECP) technologies & techniques “G reening Businesses ”…..Cleaner Enterprise Program (CEP) Focus on sustainable consumption of resources & pollution prevention: ◦     ◦ Energy productivity Water productivity Material productivity Pollution intensity 3-6 month learning by-doing in-plant resource efficient and pollution prevention assessments 6
  7. 7. Over 400 companies KNCPC has assisted in last 10 years:  Energy   30-40% reduction in energy consumption with no- and low-cost technology (delamping, efficient lighting, occupancy and/or motion sensors, good housekeeping, preventive maintenance etc)  20% energy savings on new technology (high efficiency boilers, VSD, economisers, fuel switch etc)  Water  25-35 water efficiency with a few retrofits (push taps, preventive maintenance, motion sensors, recirculation, good housekeeping etc) 7
  8. 8.   Materials ◦ 15-20% material use reduction (quality, production scheduling, employee skills, good housekeeping, etc) Waste ◦ 25% waste reduction (source reduction, good housekeeping, recycling, recovery, attitudinal changes, employee skills)  Some of these RECP measures are potential CDM projects and even if not, contribute towards both adaptation and mitigation in climate change.  RECP an integral part of our climate change mitigation and adaptation programs 8
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