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Munene Mugambi

Understanding the impacts of an uncertain climate environment on pastoral practice in Kajiado, Kenya

Mugambi’s PhD focuses on pastoralism as a practice of livestock keeping among the Maasai and examines its existence in the changing environment of climate uncertainty. Munene’s other research interests include climate change, climate adaptation, common property, land use, land tenure, commons, water access in rural Africa, environmental politics of arid and semi-arid lands of sub-Saharan Africa, pastoralism in Africa and rangeland livelihood. 

Munene is a PhD Candidate in the Environmental Humanities Program. He holds a BSc in Biological Sciences from Bowling Green State University, Ohio and an MSc in Environmental Sciences from Egerton University, Kenya.