Discover the plight of local Thai villagers poisoned by a dirty coal power plant.

Multimedia | March 1, 2005

A village poisoned in Mae Moh, Lampang Province, northern Thailand, home to the largest coal-fired power plant and lignite mine complex Thailand.

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South East Asia Drought

Generic multimedia item | October 27, 2005 at 9:00

Greenpeace links rising global temperatures and climate change to the onset of one of the worst droughts to have struck Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam and Indonesia in recent memory. Severe water shortage and damage to agriculture has affected millions.

Star Power for Clean Power: The Dawn

Generic multimedia item | October 18, 2005 at 8:00

The Philippines' premiere rock band, The Dawn, has thrown its weight behind the planet's premiere environmental issue - global warming - as it called on Filipinos to support clean, renewable energy.

Star Power for Clean Power: JayR

Generic multimedia item | October 18, 2005 at 8:00

Despite his insane schedule, JayR still found time to support the Greenpeace campaign for clean energy. In a 15-second video he recorded for the international environmental group, JayR called on his fans to support Greenpeace and clean energy.

Starpower for Clean Power: Kitchie Nadal

Generic multimedia item | October 18, 2005 at 8:00

Kitchie Nadal says: "wag na wag mong' sasabihin na ayaw mo sa clean energy".

Star Power for Clean Power: True Faith

Generic multimedia item | October 18, 2005 at 8:00

Veteran pinoy rock band True Faith echoes call to choose clean energy!

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Stop Global Warming balloon drifts over the polluting Mae Moh coal plant in Lampang, Thailand.