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Ahmedkadar Jun 26
The world is moving to a clean energy while some unscrupulous characters want to destroy the environment...The court's verdict on is a progressive one.
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Bill McKibben Jun 26
Unbelievably important victory, such respect to the Kenyans who have fought so hard and the whole crew. Just wondetful!
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ethiqué fan account Jul 11
We really need to take time to study the brilliant community organizing in Lamu against the coal power plant
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Lord Abraham Mutai Jun 26
The court ruling on Lamu coal Plant is a win for every Kenyan.
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Stephy Snow ❄️ Mar 22
A cleaner, greener Kenya. Why are you investing in retrogressive energy like coal? Developed countries have moved from that to green energy, stop playing catch up and invest your cash in something future Kenyans will thank you for
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life is soup, i am fork Jun 26
We understand that you are lobbying for the coal plant in Lamu, but sir COAL IS NOT CLEAN AND ITSELF IS NOT LEAST COSTLY!!
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350 Africa Jun 26
BREAKING! A huge boost for environmental rights, for the Lamu community and for our planet. The licence to build the Lamu Coal plant has been revoked!
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deCOALonize Kenya Sep 16
Join us for this Friday 20th as we remind investors and govts that we don't have any other planet aside from this. Communities in Lamu and Kitui are asking that their right to say no to be respected. Coal-free communities = healthy communities
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Samira Sawlani Jun 26
Big news from Kenya- court has jblocked construction of coal plant in Lamu. The tribunal ordered Amu power to cease all activities all until a new Environment Impact and public participation assessment is done. Congratulations to all those that campaigned!
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life is soup, i am fork Jun 26
Funny how what is regarded as a non-issue by the Kenyan government is always AN ISSUE!
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NungariMaina Jun 11
NO to COAL.,we need clean energy and coal is no where in that category,
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Dr. Paula Kahumbu Jun 26
Congratulations and for holding off Lamu coal project. Thank God the NET judges saw the madness in the Lamu Coal project - let this be a warning to developers to take health issues associated w/ energy seriously. RT
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deCOALonize Kenya Sep 17
This is what greedy people want to export to Lamu? ~>"The Edwards plant alone was responsible for 36 deaths and 238 asthma attacks a year, according to a study by the nonprofit Clean Air Task Force that relied on federally approved methods."
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Greenpeace Kenya Jul 26
The world is on a gear, why is Kenya going back to where everyone running from? 🌍💪
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maimuna kabatesi Jun 26
The judgement is in! A fresh EIA must be conducted for the Lamu coal plant! Congratulations on this 👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾
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WoMin Jun 26
VICTORY!! BBC News - Kenya halts Lamu coal power project at World Heritage Site
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Haki na Sheria Initiaive May 10
The right to a clean and healthy environment is enshrined in the constitution of Kenya Article 42! The Lamu coal power plant is in violation of this right
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Fred Jun 7
In fact, The proposed Lamu coal-fired power plant would be a major point source of air pollution with potentially significant impacts on the surrounding communities and ecosystems &
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Elizabeth Wanjiru Wathuti Jun 26
Lamu coal project halted by the National Environment Tribunal directing fresh Environment impact assessment. 😊 Licence to build the plant revoked! This is a BIG WIN.We don't need Coal in Kenya🇰🇪.Don't poison our future!🌎 Fossil fuels must remain in the ground!
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deCOALonize Kenya Sep 14
" This is a debt project that doesn’t make economic sense now or in future."
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