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HUNTING FOR THE TRUTH: LAMU COAL PLANT

(From left: Thomas;GroundWork, Saidi, Isha’q, Abubakar, Najjmar, Adam, Lorreine.)  photo: Prince Papa “My friends and I have left our families at home to come here in South Africa to see for ourselves the impacts of coal and coal power plants on communities. Right now I should be tending to my wife, kids and to the […]

LAMU COUNTY BIOCULTURAL COMMUNITY PROTOCOL

The Lamu community launched a Bio-cultural community protocol document that lays out the traditional knowledge and indigenous methods of natural resource management of the diverse communities. “Today Lamu is recognized as a World Heritage Site. We pride ourselves on this. Let us maintain the heritage for the generations to come,” said Mohammed Mbwana, Vice Chair […]

CHINESE AMBASSADOR TO KENYA WU PENG INVITES DECOALONIZE MEMBERS FOR A MEETING TELLS THEM, HE PERSONALLY DOES NOT SUPPORT COAL PLANTS

In an extra ordinary move, the Chinese ambassador to Kenya Wu Peng invited members of the deCOALonize campaign to discuss the controversial Lamu Coal Power plant just two days after a land mark ruling that put the controversial project to a stop. The Ambassador assured the deCOALonize team that, “It has been and always will […]