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Collection: The Human Cost Of Coal Report

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Harvard University and Greenpeace Southeast Asia reveals the health impacts pose by Indonesia's coal power plant. An estimated 7,100 premature deaths every year according to research – the first of its kind to look at illness and deaths associated with Indonesia’s coal-fired power plants. This number could climb to over 28,000 per year if the Indonesian government goes ahead with an ambitious rollout of more than one hundred new coal-fired power plants.
Greenpeace is calling on the Indonesian government to lead the switch and rapid expansion to safe, clean, renewable energy.
Children Play in Central Java
26 Dec, 2012
Children Play in Central Java
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Herder and Sheep in Central Java
26 Dec, 2012
Herder and Sheep in Central Java
Coal Dust Victim in Indonesia
25 Dec, 2012
Coal Dust Victim in Indonesia
Farmers in Indonesia
24 Nov, 2012
Farmers in Indonesia
Coal Mining Expansion in Indonesia
22 Nov, 2012
Coal Mining Expansion in Indonesia
Coal Barge in Indonesia
22 Nov, 2012
Coal Barge in Indonesia
Living under Coal Conveyor Belt in Indonesia
23 Nov, 2012
Living under Coal Conveyor Belt in Indonesia
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Fish Farmer in Indonesia
22 Nov, 2012
Fish Farmer in Indonesia
Abandoned Houses near Cilacap Coal Power Plant
23 Sep, 2008
Abandoned Houses near Cilacap Coal Power Plant
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