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Anti-coal in Thailand no happy ending

By Taan Wannagul – Climate Watch Thailand The Thailand Power Development Plan 2015-2036 (PDP2015) of the Ministry of Energy. Focus

It’s time to connect the dots

By connecting the dots between the fossil-fuel investments with the narratives of those in living in the vicinity of these dirty energy facilities and the plight of those at the forefront of climate impacts –we show the dirty chain-of-custody that starts with investments and ends with the lives affected by the adverse impacts of fossil-fueled development.

That’s a wrap!

In East Asia more than 8 countries were able to join the Global Divestment Mobilisation showing the broadness and diversity of the growing fossil-free movement in a critical region that includes both the investors and the dirty energy facilities that induces further warming while harming the health and livelihood of communities.

Coal Dragon Hunt in South Korea

On August 22, 2014, in front of King Sejong Statue located in Gwanghwamun plaza which is a historical and cultural


Kanji Villagers held a demonstration on October 28, 2016, shouting out their anger that “They must e responsible! We are four years as power plant victims!” The conflict of Carbon I coal power plant still continued.