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National Assembly letter on Coal Activities in Kenya

On 11th June, deCOALonize campaign led by Greenpeace Africa wrote letters to all 416 Members of Parliament challenging the Treasury budget allocation for the Lamu coal plant and Kitui coal mining – proposed as a public-private partnership agreement. The letter also demanded the MPs to

Vigilance in the Aftermath of the Victorious Judgement

By: Serena Naresh The week of July 15, the deCOALonize Campaign together with lawyers from Natural Justice, and the Katiba Institute went to Lamu and held two major meetings in Lamu East and Lamu West to help the communities in Lamu understand the National Environment

UNESCO Calls for Halting of Proposed Lamu Coal Plant

Members of Save Lamu and deCOALonize were present at the UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee during – 43rd session in Baku, Azerbaijan. You can download the deCOALonize press release on the same: UWorld Heritage Committee calls for the Government of Kenya to stop the Lamu coal

The Star editorial: Scrap Lamu coal plant

Link to original editorial in The Star “It’s time to scrap Lamu coal plant” An American think tank claims that power from the Lamu coal plant could cost up to 10 times the predicted 7.2 US cents per KWh  (see P15). Originally the 1,045 MW