Protest at Ministry of Energy in Bangkok
21 July, 2008 
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Rainbow Warrior beside Koh Lan Wind Turbines
11 July, 2008 
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Cycling To Songkhla
05 July, 2008 
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Wind Turbines on Koh Lan Island
01 July, 2008 
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Action at Map Ta Phut Coal Plant
15 July, 2008 
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★★★★★★ (B) 
Rainbow Warrior beside Koh Lan Wind Turbines
11 July, 2008 
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★★★★★★ (B) 
Rainbow Warrior beside Koh Lan Wind Turbines
11 July, 2008 
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★★★★★★ (B) 
Locals Welcome Greenpeace
09 July, 2008 
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★★★★★★ (B) 
Sea Level Rise Protest at Samila Beach
07 July, 2008 
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★★★★★★ (B) 
Locals Welcome Greenpeace
04 July, 2008 
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★★★★★★ (B) 
Dancers Welcome Greenpeace
04 July, 2008 
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Restrictions Apply 
★★★★★★ (B) 
Manote Chuansatian Installs Wind Turbine
02 July, 2008 
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★★★★★★ (B) 
Wind Turbine Installation
02 July, 2008 
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★★★★★★ (B) 
Child and Wind Turbine Installation
02 July, 2008 
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Restrictions Apply 
★★★★★★ (B) 
Manote Chuansatian Installs Wind Turbine
02 July, 2008 
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★★★★★★ (B) 
Portrait of Manote Chuansatian
02 July, 2008 
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★★★★★★ (B) 
Wind Turbines on Koh Lan Island
01 July, 2008 
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★★★★★★ (B) 
Wind Turbines on Koh Lan Island
01 July, 2008 
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★★★★★★ (B) 
Wind Turbine Factory in Pathum Thani
01 July, 2008 
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★★★★★★ (B) 
Wind Turbine Factory in Pathum Thani
01 July, 2008 
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★★★★★★ (B) 
Wind Turbine Factory in Pathum Thani
01 July, 2008 
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★★★★★★ (B) 
Wind Turbine Factory in Pathum Thani
01 July, 2008 
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★★★★★★ (B) 
15 September, 2008 
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★★★★ (E) 
Protest at Ministry of Energy in Bangkok
21 July, 2008 
GP01I3I 
★★★★ (E) 
Protest at Ministry of Energy in Bangkok
21 July, 2008 
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Quit Coal Tour in Thailand (Photos & Video) 

Quit Coal Tour in Thailand (Photos & Video) 

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GP0ALBAN 
07/01/2008 
The Quit Coal Tour in Thailand is part of Greenpeace's global campaign against coal. Coal is the most polluting of all fossil fuels and the largest single source of CO2 in the world. Currently, one-third of all carbon dioxide emissions come from burning coal. Greenpeace is calling on the Thai government to quit coal and increase energy efficiency. The government must adopt legislation that provides investors in renewable energy with stable and predictable returns and guarantees priority access to the grid for renewable generators. The impacts of sea-level rise due to climate change are predicted to hit hard on coastal countries in Asia. Greenpeace is also calling on G8 countries for decisive action against climate change, pointing out that developing countries like Thailand face dire consequences of inaction by the world’s richest countries. 
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