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#DeCOALonise March in Nairobi

A group civil society organisations in Kenya, under the #deCOALonise banner, are marching this morning in Nairobi to deliver an open letter to Judy Wakhungu, Cabinet Secretariat at the Ministry of Environment & Natural Resources denouncing the coal development in Kenya, in relation to the proposed coal plant in Lamu

Bet on Coal threatens heritage

A dreadful U-turn has emerged after the World Heritage Committee of Unesco withdrawn an objection to the construction of Rampal power plant project near the Sundarbans, a Unesco world heritage site. The committee, at its 41st session being held in Poland on July, endorsed the Bangladesh’s decision to construct the

Local NGO demands full exposure of the proposed Lamu Coal Plant

Kenyans for Justice and Development (KEJUDE) Trust, a legal trust incorporated in Kenya and founded on republican principles, was set up with the purpose of promoting democratic governance, economic development, and prosperity. We are reliably informed that Amu Power Company intends to build, on a build-own-operate model, a 1,050 MW

Lamu coal power project on course – Kirubi

Investor Chris Kirubi and Mr Mworia CEO, Centum Investment. By MARGARET WAHITO, Centum Investment Chairman Dr Chris Kirubi says he is confident the issue of land will not delay the kick off of the construction of the 980 Megawatts coal project in Lamu. He says they are working closely with