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Ghana’s response to #deCOALonise Africa is the #RE4C

In West Africa, Ghana is still praised as one of the most stable African democracies, since the dawn of African

Ivory Coast: Online mobilisation against San Pedro coal project

As political and finance leaders gathered yesterday in Paris at the “One Planet Summit“ held two years after the conclusion

Documenting the impacts of coal in South Africa

The Destruction of the Highveld, Part 2: Burning Coal is the name of a new report released by groundWork, an

Time to deCOALonise Nigeria

Activists in Abuja joined the deCOALonise.Africa call and took their petition to the streets demanding the government step up action

Standard Bank sets the record straight on financing Lamu

South Africa’s Standard Bank has stated they will not fund the proposed Lamu coal-fired power plant in Kenya. This comes

Time to deCOALonise has come!

We are living in one of the most thrilling moments as a movement, organisation and region. Building on years of