Edward Njagi is a Research scientist at the Ichthyology section of the National Museums of Kenya (NMK). With over 16 years in both freshwater and marine fish research, he has explored nearly all hydrographic areas in Kenya which include lakes, rivers, swamps, streams and floodplains. His interests include taxonomy, ecology and climate change.
National Museums of Kenya (NMK) is a state corporation established by an Act of Parliament, the Museums and Heritage Act 2006. It’s a multi-disciplinary institution whose role is to collect, preserve, study, document and present Kenya’s past and present cultural and natural heritage for the purposes of enhancing knowledge, appreciation, respect and sustainable utilization of these resources.
Our action for climate change
NMKs mission on climate change is anchored on climate change and vulnerability assessment on species and associated resources, Collections and information management as a basis for understanding future scenarios, Climate change, mitigation and adaptation and the role of systematics in biodiversity conservation.