Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Anti-Coal-Protest-in-Jakarta-27MZIF3SY5RL.htmlConceptually similarAnti-Coal Protest in JakartaGP0STO9I7Completed★★★★Anti-Coal Protest in JakartaGP0STO9I4Completed★★★★Anti-Coal Protest in JakartaGP0STO9I3Completed★★★★Anti-Coal Protest in JakartaGP0STO9I1Completed★★★★Anti-Coal Protest in JakartaGP0STO9I9Completed★★★★Anti-Coal Protest in JakartaGP0STO9I0Completed★★★★Anti-Coal Protest in JakartaGP0STO9I2Completed★★★★Anti-Coal Protest in JakartaGP0STO9I8Completed★★★★Climate Action for Renewables in IndonesiaGP01IRJCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STO9I6Anti-Coal Protest in JakartaGreenpeace activists with a banner that reads: "Coal Hurts Indonesia Economy" at a protest at the Ministry of Economic Coordinator's office in Jakarta. The activists call on the government to stop endorsing the coal industry. Greenpeace wishes to expose the actual cost of the coal industry and urges the government to invest in renewable energy such as solar, wind, mini-hydro and geothermal energy.Locations:Indonesia-Jakarta-Southeast AsiaDate:12 Mar, 2014Credit:© Ardiles Rante / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3000px X 2000pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Banners-Climate (campaign title)-Day-Greenpeace activists-KWCI (GPI)-Large group of people-Outdoors-Police-Props-Signs-Streets-Theatrical costumesShoot:Anti-Coal Protest in JakartaGreenpeace holds a protest at the Ministry of Economic Coordinator's office in Jakarta to call on the government to stop endorsing coal power for its drain on the Indonesian economy. Greenpeace urges the government to halt the economic development of coal energy, because of the devastating impact on the environment. Greenpeace directs the government to invest on renewable energy such as solar, wind, mini-hydro and geothermal energy.