Coal Ash Disposal Site in China

Photo | 2011-12-14

Solidified coal ash at a wet ash pond belonging to the Yuanbaoshan Power Plant, Inner Mongolia. The threats of coal combustion waste have been vastly underestimated in China due to regulatory loopholes that allow power companies to freely dump toxic coal ash in the environment, according to Greenpeace’s report, the True Cost of Coal – An Investigation into Coal Ash in China. China's astronomic growth and skyrocketing greenhouse gas emissions both have the same cause: black, sooty coal.

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Red wall palace in Qinghai

Image gallery | 2014-08-01

The best investment you'll ever make

Image | 2014-05-26 at 6:00

A Greenpeace activist holds a banner, in front of Adidas' flagship store in a shopping district of Beijing, urging the sports apparel giant to consider detoxifying their products. While Adidas forecasts profits of over 900 million Euros during...

Taking Detox to Beijing's trendiest suburb

Image | 2014-05-20 at 9:14

A Greenpeace activist holds a banner, in front of Adidas' flagship store in downtown Beijing, urging the sports apparel giant to consider detoxifying their products. While Adidas forecasts profits of over 900 million Euros during this year’s...

No arctic oil!

Image | 2014-05-05 at 11:07

Greenpeace activists on paragliders protest against the first shipment of Arctic oil in the harbour of Rotterdam. The Russian oil tanker Mikhail Ulyanov is transporting oil from the Gazprom drilling platform Prirazlomnaya to Rotterdam harbour.

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