True Costs of Coal Action in Bangkok

Photo | 31 January, 2012

Twenty Greenpeace activists deliver a poignant reminder at Thailandís Ministry of Energy to come clean about the hidden social, environmental and health costs of coal power. The activists hand a ìCoal Diaryî with a price tag reading "The true cost of coal = 52.34 billion baht" to Mr. Sirisak Wittaya-Udom, Deputy Permanent-Secretary of Thailandís Ministry of Energy, to remind them to end all coal-fired power plant projects identified in Thailandís 2010 Power Development Plan (PDP).01/19/2012


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