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Direct Action at Batang Coal Power Plant in Indonesia (Drone Photos) 

Direct Action at Batang Coal Power Plant in Indonesia (Drone Photos) 

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Twelve activists from the Break Free Coalition, consisting of Greenpeace, WALHI and JATAM, occupy the piling barges which operate in East Roban waters, Batang Regency, Central Java on March 30, 2017. The activists unfurl a big banner that calls for the termination of the construction of the coal fired power plant project.
The action is part of the global Break Free movement against fossil fuels.
Many Batang citizens who earn their living as fishermen and farmers, have been fighting for more than five years to oppose this dirty project which affects their lives. They often have experienced intimidation.
Batang coal power plant is claimed to be the largest in Southeast Asia with a capacity of 2000 megawatts. It will release around 10.8 million tons of carbon into the atmosphere – equal to the total carbon emissions of Myanmar in 2009. 
Direct Action at Batang Coal Power Plant in Indonesia
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