Lamu Archipelago threatened by a coal-fired power plant project | AFP

The Lamu Archipelago in northeastern Kenya is known for its long, unspoilt beaches, coral-rich waters and rich marine life with five species of endangered turtles. But the residents fear that a coal-fired power plant project will threaten the ecosystem and affect tourism.

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