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.Read More
Having expressed our solidarity with the Lamu community, which has used all its arsenals to resist the Lamu coal powered project, we welcomethe African Development Bank (AfDB)’s announcement, for the first time publicly, that they will no longer fund the Project.This is a victory, not only to the Lamu people,Read More
RCM for Africa Major Groups and Stakeholders
Distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen
A very good morning to you all.
A time has come that we must speak, and speak we will. We will, however, not just speak, but direct our thoughts to ears that matter, ears of those that can act. Those that have a say in the policies that guide governance in the African nations.Read More
It is now official: Chili will not host COP25. In a speech on Wednesday, President Sebastian Piñera, blamed a fortnight of civil unrest for the 11th hour cancelation.Read More
The writing is on the wall:
Floods, typhoons, famine, rising sea levels, drying rivers, human and wildlife migration, conflict over scarce natural resources, extinction of organisms, forest fires, displacement, diseases, hunger, you name it!Read More
Ladies and gentlemen,
It is a great pleasure to address you on this day.
And, before I go any further, thank you very much for the kind words – said here today and since my nomination for the Earth Care Award was announced. I am indeed overjoyed.
What a profound and pleasant surprise [...]
The Chair of the Scientific Advisory Committee of the Climate Research for Development in Africa, The head of secretariat, colleagues ladies and gentlemen;
It is my profound pleasure to speak as the Chair of the Institutional Collaboration Platform of the CR4D, and extend the greetings of my organization, the Pan African Climate justice Alliance, our members and partners.Read More
It is a sad day for this country, and a very sad one for Wanjiku, who today stands alone against a battery of killer forces. Our hearts bleed for this country that is falling prey to the greedy East, which is itself moving towards cleaner and more renewable energy, yet funding a coal power project in Kenya’s Lamu, in disregard of the biodiversity around it and the fact that we will remain with a stranded asset.Read More