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The Pan-African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA) is greatly alarmed by the invasion of desert locusts now affecting residents of several counties in Kenya, Ethiopia, Somalia, as well as pockets of Djibouti and Eritrea.

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We are calling on ministers gathered at the New York UN climate summit to commit to a Just Ambition for people and the planet.

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“It is therefore very important to be very careful not to punish vulnerable women and children while the real perpetrators (conmen) who sold the land are walking free,” [ ....... ]

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Having expressed our solidarity with the Lamu community, which has used all its arsenals to resist the Lamu coal powered project, we welcome the African Development Bank (AfDB)’s announcement, for the first time publicly, that they will no longer fund the Project[ ....... ]

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A recent ruling by the Kenyan National Environment Tribunal putting on hold the construction of a controversial coal-fired power project in Lamu County came as a relief to many Kenyans and environment champions, not forgetting the Lamu people who were going to be directly affected by the Project. [ ....... ]

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This year’s World Environment Day theme, “Beat Air Pollution” could not have come at a better time. The world has come to the realisation that air pollution, the unseen killer, is not only killing the human lot, but also derailing our growth economically [ ....... ]

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World Environment Day Walk with other participants to sensitize involvement in reduction of Air Pollution
Commemoration of the World Environment Day
The Pan-African Justice Alliance (PACJA) has marked this year’s World Environment Day with a resolve to spread its tentacles wider and further deeper into the grassroots to empower communities [ ....... ]

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Madrid, Spain 2 Dec. 2019 –African civil society organizations are pressing for a decision at the Chile Climate Change Summit taking place in Madrid, Spain, (COP 25) that recognizes the special circumstances and needs of the continent, which is among the hardest hit and the least prepared for the adverse impacts of climate change. [ ....... ]

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The Ministry of Environment has promised support for all the work by CSOs and indigenous people geared towards enriching the environment. Speaking today when he opened the Regional Dialogue for Indigenous Peoples and Southern CSOs, [ ....... ]

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Having expressed our solidarity with the Lamu community, which has used all its arsenals to resist the Lamu coal powered project, we welcome the African Development Bank (AfDB)’s announcement, for the first time publicly, that they will no longer fund the Project. [ ....... ]

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The Pan African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA) has observed with great disappointment and sadness the state and plight of the many Kenyans suffering following the recent mudslides in West Pokot, Kenya [ ....... ]

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President Uhuru Kenyatta has been called upon to push for green climate funding from developed nations to help mitigate the climate crisis in Kenya. [ ....... ]

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The Pan-African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA) Executive Director Mithika Mwenda has been selected for the prestigious Sierra Club’s Earth Care Award 2019 for his unique contribution to international environmental protection and conservation. [ ....... ]

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Sunday September 15th 2019
The Pan African Justice Alliance Executive Director Mithika Mwenda is this year’s winner of the International Earth Care Award.
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Kenya’s climate justice activist Mithika Mwenda has been honoured by the Pan-African Parliament “for being recognized as one of the 100 most influential persons in the climate change discourse, worldwide”.[ ....... ]

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