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Anpara Thermal Power Plant

Photo | March 15, 2013

Urban Emissions, an agency that conducts research and analysis related to air pollution released a study titled Coal Kills, in partnership with Conservation Action Trust and Greenpeace. The study ascertained that coal power plant emissions have caused premature deaths of upto 1,15,000 people between 2011-2012 in India. One such polluting coal fired thermal power plant is Anpara on the outskirts of Dibulganj, Uttar Pradesh.

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