Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Climate-Coal-Action-in-Chennai-27MZIFLYSCTM.htmlConceptually similarClimate Coal Action in ChennaiGP01HB3Completed★★★★★★Climate Coal Action in ChennaiGP01HB5Completed★★★★Save Our Oceans India TourGP0LWNCompleted★★★★INDIA-WEATHERGP1SVKSZIncoming★★★★INDIA-WEATHERGP1SVPGCIncoming★★★★Save Our Oceans India TourGP0KXXCompleted★★★★Banks of River Kosasthalaiyar in Tamil NaduGP0STQLGNCompleted★★★★Save Our Oceans India TourGP0Z7VCompleted★★★★Save Our Oceans India TourGP06VCCompleted★★★★View AllGP01HB4Climate Coal Action in ChennaiActivists paint 'Cut coal save the climate' on the bulk carrier 'APJ SRIDEVI' that has just offloaded thermal coal at the Ennore port, 24km north of Chennai. Locations:Asia-Chennai-India-Tamil NaduDate:22 Oct, 2007Credit:© Greenpeace / Peter CatonMaximum size:1465px X 1635pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Boats-Cargo ships-Climate (campaign title)-Coal-Day-Direct communications-Energy-Greenpeace activists-Inflatables (boats)-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Painting actions-Small group of peopleShoot:Climate Coal Action in ChennaiGreenpeace protests against the bulk carrier 'APJ SRIDEVI' that has just offloaded thermal coal at the Ennore port, 24km north of Chennai. The bulk carrier is back on its way to load more thermal coal from Paradip, Orissa. Greenpeace is sending out a direct message about the hazard that excessive coal burning poses to the climate, and demand that India choose a renewable energy development path. Currently 67% of India’s energy requirements is fed by coal.