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Shoot: Research Reveals Health Cost of Thailand’s Coal Plants

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Chulalongkorn University Social Research Institute and Greenpeace Southeast Asia launch the report 'Human Cost of Coal Power: How coal-fired power plants threaten the health of Thais.' The report is a collaborative project between Harvard University and Greenpeace.

Coal plants in Thailand cause an estimated 1,550 premature deaths every year, according to the research. This number could rise to 5,300 a year if plans to expand electricity production by building new coal-fired plants go ahead.

This report is the first of its kind to look at illness and deaths associated with Thailand’s coal-fired power plants. Figures are based on state-of-the-art atmospheric modeling techniques deployed by a research team at Harvard University.
Research Reveals Health Cost of Thailand’s Coal Plants
19 Nov, 2015
Research Reveals Health Cost of Thailand’s Coal Plants
Research Reveals Health Cost of Thailand’s Coal Plants
19 Nov, 2015
Research Reveals Health Cost of Thailand’s Coal Plants
Research Reveals Health Cost of Thailand’s Coal Plants
19 Nov, 2015
Research Reveals Health Cost of Thailand’s Coal Plants
Research Reveals Health Cost of Thailand’s Coal Plants
19 Nov, 2015
Research Reveals Health Cost of Thailand’s Coal Plants
Research Reveals Health Cost of Thailand’s Coal Plants
19 Nov, 2015
Research Reveals Health Cost of Thailand’s Coal Plants
Research Reveals Health Cost of Thailand’s Coal Plants
19 Nov, 2015
Research Reveals Health Cost of Thailand’s Coal Plants
Research Reveals Health Cost of Thailand’s Coal Plants
19 Nov, 2015
Research Reveals Health Cost of Thailand’s Coal Plants
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