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Kenya’s most polluting coal plant could poison coastline

Kenya is one. Its coastline is a national asset for fisheries, tourism, a growing population and economic development. But Amu Coal – a consortium of Kenyan and Chinese energy and investment firms – is set to start building a coal plant on the only part that is untouched by industrial development. The plant is planned to be some 20km from the town of Lamu on the mainland coast, at the mouth of Dodori Creek. Read original article here