Action at Kusile Power Station in Africa

Photo | 29 November, 2011

07 November 2011 - South Africa. Greenpeace activists hang from a crane inside Eskom's Kusile power plant in the Delmas municipal area of the Mpumalanga province South Africa, with banners reading 'Kusile: Climate Killer'. Greenpeace is calling on the state owned utility ESKOM to abandon the Kusile coal fired power plant, which is set to become world’s fourth most polluting power plant in terms of greenhouse gas emissions, and to instead invest in both green energy sources and jobs. Read more


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