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Global Coal Plant Tracker

The Global Coal Plant Tracker provides information on all existing coal plants of 30 MW or larger, as well as every plant proposed since January 1, 2010. The tracker uses a two-level system for organizing information. Summary information including location, status, sponsor, size, and carbon dioxide emissions is found on the maps and table. For further detail, each unit shown on a map or in a table is linked to a wiki page on SourceWatch..



Similar to the “Scramble for Africa” the push for the development of coal and fossil fuels in Africa is a new wave of corporate colonisation that profits corporations and the wealthy elite. Any new coal power plant will come at great cost: local environmental destruction, impact on the health of local peoples, and an intensification of the pace and impacts of climate change.

It’s time to come together and #deCOALonise Africa!


Ghana: A Step Closer To A deCOALonised Africa

DeCoaloniseGhana: New campaign, New strategies!

EarthLife Africa and it’s community partner organisations at Kelvin power stations demonstrating


350 Kenya

Defenders of Lamu

How I’m coping with Cape Town’s drought – Glen Tyler

Why We Should #deCOALonise Africa


Climate Artivism in Jozi

The climate crisis is a scary situation, to get out of it we are going to need to get creative! 350Africa organized an Artivism workshop to introduce a few different strategies and principles of artivism and cultural organizing.

Press Release: #MANDELA 100

17 July 2018 Contact: Lerato Ngakane, Communications Coordinator, +27 81 464 9726, As Mandela turns 100, South Africans

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The fight for a coal-free Africa is breaking into the public spotlight.

Momentum is building to with three uplifting victories to share already.

— Decoalonise Africa

Ivory Coast enters the fight to!

In response to the increased number of coal-fired power plants in the sub-region, West African activists and civil society at large are actively mobilizing and calling for the halt of such projects.

— Decoalonise Africa

South Africa’s Standard Bank has stated they will not fund the proposed Lamu coal-fired power plant in Kenya. This comes despite reports that they were a major project funder, as included in the bank’s annual report of 2015.

— 350Africa


Share on social media why you think we should halt new coal infrastructure in Africa. Use the tag #deCOALonise