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
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
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
Chinese ambassador to Kenya Wu Peng invites deCOALonize members for a meeting tells them he personally doesn’t 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
By deCOALonize On Wednesday 26th June, Kenya’s National Environment Tribunal (NET) made a landmark ruling that set aside the license granted to Amu Power Company Ltd by the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) to construct a 1050MW coal plant in Lamu. The tribunal noted that
On June 26th, 2019 the National Environment Tribunal (NET) made a landmark ruling, canceling the license granted by the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) to Amu Power – the project proponents). Click here to read the full judgment.
Here are quick facts on the proposed Lamu Coal Power Plant. The numbers don’t add up
The Complaint was filed by Save Lamu and the Kwasasi Mvunjeni Farmers Self-Help Group. Accountability Counsel and Natural Justice are supporting the complaint as Advisors.
Link to PDF of this press release. For Immediate Release: deCOALonize Campaign partners and Greenpeace Africa Demand a Stop to Coal Investments in Kenya. Nairobi, 12 June 2019 – Communities from Lamu and Kitui together with Greenpeace Africa and members of the deCOALonize coalition have
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