Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Energy-Edison-Coal-Bus-Action-Irvine-27MZIFIT35PG.htmlConceptually similarEnergy Edison Coal Bus Action IrvineGP02GDVCompleted★★★★Energy Edison Coal Bus Action IrvineGP02GDWCompleted★★★★Forests Southeast Alaska TourGP01H1YCompleted★★★★Chicago Bridge Protest Stops Coal BargeGP03CIGCompleted★★★★Chicago Bridge Protest Stops Coal BargeGP03CIHCompleted★★★★Chicago Bridge Protest Stops Coal BargeGP03CIICompleted★★★★Coal Power Plant Closure Petition in LAGP02IM2Completed★★★★Coal Power Plant Closure Petition in LAGP02IM1Completed★★★★Coal Power Plant Closure Petition in LAGP02IM3Completed★★★★View AllGP02GDXEnergy Edison Coal Bus Action IrvinePolice arrest Greenpeace activist Ashby Smith of San Francisco. Smith, along with other environmental activists, locked herself to a school bus transformed into a massive, smoking coal power plant. Greenpeace took action to convince Edison Mission Energy to stop proposed plans to build a coal-fired power plant in Thailand. The protest continued through the night and escalated in the morning when the activists moved the bus to block a portion of the employee parking lot.Locations:California-North America-United States of AmericaDate:3 Apr, 2002Credit:© Zachary Singer / GreenpeaceMaximum size:2226px X 3000pxKeywords:Access blockade actions-Actions and protests-Arrests-Coal-Day-Fire service-Greenpeace activists-Outdoors-Police-Protective clothingShoot:Energy Edison Coal Bus Action IrvineIn a dramatic action to get Edison Mission Energy to pull out of proposed plans to build a coal-fired power plant in Thailand, Greenpeace parked a school bus transformed into a massive, smoking coal power plant in the middle of Edison's corporate campus. The activists conveyed their message "Edison: Don't Dump Coal in Thailand" on both sides of the manufactured spewing coal plant.