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Why we should All Save Lamu

Lamu has currently become a political agenda.  Not because of the insecurity issues affecting the country but because of the Amu Power Lamu coal power project as well. This is a good sign that the environment has reached the political debate, it being a political year. However, even if the environment is at stake, the economy of a country will be considered first in most cases if not all, more so in developing countries. Kenya is on the verge of achieving development in all areas, from roads to railways and power generation as we have invested in Geothermal, wind and solar energy. The environment is, however, facing the negative development surge from the government. Points to remember; ‘Nature does not forget’, ‘We are part of nature’, ‘We are part of the government’. Read full article here