Youth in Lamu county urge the government to embrace renewable s after a proposed establishment 200bn coal-fired plant in the country .
The youth disputed this during a one day workshop on environmental degradation and climate change at the Tushauriane Conference Hall in Lamu on Wednesday, claiming that the establishment of the coal plant in the county will negatively impact the health of locals and the environment.
“The coal plant project is hazardous to the environment and human health. As youth, let’s join hands in campaigning against the project establishment in our county. We support all intended national government projects except the Coal Plant which will destroy our generations,” said Mr Hussein.