Dana Ullman

Photographer
 
Lamu, Kenya: Paradise Lost?
Location: New York (Currently in Denmark)
Nationality: USA
Biography: Dana Ullman is a New York-based freelance photojournalist and writer whose work focuses on humanizing statistics and social issues through storytelling. Dana's stories and photographs have been published with the New York Times, the... MORE
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Lamu, Kenya: Paradise Lost?
Copyright Dana Ullman 2024
Date of Work Dec 2018 - Ongoing
Updated Mar 2020
Location Lamu, Kenya
Topics africa, Beachs, Business, china, Climate Change, coal, Conservation, Documentary, Editorial, kenya, Photography, Photojournalism, Portrait, Portraiture, Reportage, Social Justice, Travel, Water, World, World heritage

As China pushes clean energy policies at home, it is exporting its high-pollution coal industry to pristine places like Kenya’s Lamu Island—with Nairobi’s seal of approval. Local residents fear it will destroy the environment they depend on. Story and images from Lamu, Kenya published with Foreign Policy here.

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