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The Human Cost Of Coal Report 

The Human Cost Of Coal Report 

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08/12/2015 
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 December, 2012 
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Herder and Sheep in Central Java
26 December, 2012 
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Coal Dust Victim in Indonesia
25 December, 2012 
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Farmers in Indonesia
24 November, 2012 
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Coal Mining Expansion in Indonesia
22 November, 2012 
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Coal Barge in Indonesia
22 November, 2012 
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Living under Coal Conveyor Belt in Indonesia
23 November, 2012 
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Fish Farmer in Indonesia
22 November, 2012 
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