Your browser does not support this video. Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Fisk-and-Crawford--Stop-Making-Chicago-Sick---Web-Video-27MZIFJ6X5FED.htmlConceptually similarChicago: It's Time to Quit Coal - PSAGP0STPO4YCompleted★★★★Timelapse of Chicago Coal Stack Action - Web VideoGP0STPO4ZCompleted★★★★Fisk and Crawford Coal Fired Power Plants in Chicago - B-rollGP0STPO57Completed★★★★I Can't Sit By: Stopping Coal in Chicago - Web VideoGP0STPO52Completed★★★★Activists Occupy Fisk Coal Plant in Chicago - Clipreel & SoundbitesGP0STPO59Completed★★★★Activists Occupy Fisk Coal Plant in Chicago - Updated Clipreel & SoundbitesGP0STPO5CCompleted★★★★Crawford Coal Plant Demolition in the US - B-rollGP1STT9QCompleted★★★★Demolition Resumes at Crawford Coal-Fired Power PlantGP1SU00VCompleted★★★★Fisk Coal-Fired Power Plant Closed in Chicaco - B-rollGP1SU34MCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STPO56Fisk and Crawford: Stop Making Chicago Sick - Web VideoBefore dawn, a team of eight Greenpeace activists climbed the 450 foot smokestack at the Fisk power plant in Chicago. From the stack, they are demanding that the operators shut down the dirty, dangerous Fisk and Crawford coal plants. The plants -- operated by Edison International subsidiary Midwest Generation— are among the oldest in the United States. More people live in range of these plants than any other coal plant in America; nearly one in four Chicagoans live in a three mile radius of one or both plants.Locations:Chicago-Illinois-United States of AmericaDate:24 May, 2011Credit:© GreenpeaceDuration:3m40sAudio format:Final MixProduction Type :WEB VIDEOKeywords:Actions and protests-Activists-Climate (campaign title)-Coal-Coal-fired power stations-Crawford Coal-Fired Power Plant-Fisk Coal-Fired Power Plant-KWCI (GPI)-PollutionShoot:Chicago Coal Plants VideosThe Fisk and Crawford coal fired power plants are located in the heart of two Chicago neighborhoods. After years of community organizing and campaigning, the plants were shut down in 2012.Shoot includes clips with related activities carried out in 2010 and 2011.