The communal tubular biogas project is an example of a low-cost, climate-smart initiative being undertaken by rural communities in Kenya to build their resilience to climate change. Introduced by the Arid Lands Information Network (ARIN) to local communities, the project helps to build the resilience of communities to climate change through the many social and economic benefits of clean and environmentally friendly energy sources.
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