Author: Save Lamu

PRESS RELEASE: Energy Regulatory Commission has Not Issued a License for the Lamu Coal Plant

Lamu, March 30, 2017 We wish to clarify media reports that the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) has not granted a license to Amu Power for the proposed 1,050 MW coal power plant in Lamu County. Rather, the ERC published a response to Save Lamu’s objection to the issuance of a license to Amu Power. This […]


1) PROGRAM COORDINATOR Scope of work: Reporting to the Executive Committee, the Coordinator will oversee all coordination and administration of Save Lamu’s targeted response to issues and needs of the indigenous community in Lamu. S/he will assume an overall supervision, coordination of Save Lamu’s advocacy and outreach programs and projects in according to objectives set […]

NEMA Fails to hold Public Consultation of Final EIA Report of Lamu Port three Berths

Contrary to the Environmental Management and Coordination Act (EMCA), the National Environmental Management Authority (NEMA) has submitted the environmental and social impact assessment (ESIA) final report for the Lamu port three berths for comment on February 14th, 2013 to a select few stakeholders without facilitating public consultation and review of the report. We only just […]