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‘The deCOALonize Journey’ Documentary Launches

  September 6th, 2022  DeCOALonize Movement launches documentary titled, ‘The deCOALonize Journey’ detailing the story of how the movement mobilized to stop the development of a coal industry in Kenya  Nairobi, Kenya – deCOALonize Kenya is pleased to announce the launch of their new documentary,

Coal in Kenya: Factsheet

Kenya is a signatory to the 2015 Paris Agreement, committing the country to reduce its carbon dioxide emissions by 32% compared to a business as usual (BAU) scenario by 2030. Yet, despite this commitment, the Kenyan Budget outlining the governments’ plans for Kenya’s Post-COVID recovery

China’s Pledge to Stop Building Coal Plants Abroad Welcomed!

In June 2019, the National Environment Tribunal (NET) in Kenya issued a judgment cancelling the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) license of the proposed Lamu coal plant – a project that was relying heavily on financial support from the Industrial Commercial Bank of China (ICBC). The

deCOALonize Campaign Coordinator position open

deCOALonize Campaign – is a campaign pushing for a green and sustainable energy future for Kenya, which the Natural Justice Kenya Office hosts. The deCOALonize Campaign aims to provide information to local communities, policymakers, academics, and civil society on coal alternatives and embrace clean energy

Statement on Joannah Stutchbury’s Murder

The deCOALonize Campaign joins environmentalists, conservationists, and civil society organizations in demanding that the Directorate of Criminal Investigations, the Kenya Forestry Service, and the Ministry of Environment and Forestry thoroughly investigate the murder of Joanna Stuchbury. Joanna was shot at least twice on 15th July