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Why we should involve women in project decisions: the case of Lamu Coal Plant

Why we should involve women in project decisions: the case of Lamu Coal Plant

By Serena Patel In the face of mega-development projects and a controversial coal-fired power plant that disproportionately targeted the indigenous, disenfranchised people of Lamu, Kenya, the community has shown utmost resilience in demanding justice. Thanks to vibrant grassroots movement like Save Lamu, who provided residents

Objection to the granting of a license by the Energy Regulatory Commission for the 3X350MW Coal Plant in Lamu

Objection to the granting of a license by the Energy Regulatory Commission for the 3X350MW Coal Plant in Lamu

An assessment of the technical, economic and site evaluation of the proposed coal plant by Hindpal S. Jabbal, former Chairman of the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC ); now Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) You can access the report here.