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Shoot: Protest against New Coal Power Plants in Korea

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Greenpeace activists in Seoul launch a new anti-coal campaign to demand the cancellation of new coal-fired power plants (CFPPs), as 11 are under construction with the plan to build 9 more by 2029.
The campaign, named “No More License to Kill,” starts with the release of a report which aims to highlight the health impacts of new CFPPs and with a street theatre action perforamance. In the performance, taking place in Gwanghwamun Square, a landmark in downtown Seoul, activists are dressed as Grim Reaper to symbolise a coal power plant killing innocent people.
Protest against New Coal Power Plants in Korea - News Access
3 Mar, 2016
Protest against New Coal Power Plants in Korea - News Access
Protest against New Coal Power Plants in Korea - Korean Soundbite
3 Mar, 2016
Protest against New Coal Power Plants in Korea - Korean Soundbite
Protest against New Coal Power Plants in Korea - Web Video (Clean Version)
3 Mar, 2016
Protest against New Coal Power Plants in Korea - Web Video (Clean Version)
Protest against New Coal Power Plants in Korea - Web Video (Korean Subs)
3 Mar, 2016
Protest against New Coal Power Plants in Korea - Web Video (Korean Subs)
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