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In Picturesque Thailand, Coal Plant Draws Protestsi
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April 11, 2014 10:23 AM
Environmental activists in Thailand are protesting plans to re-open an 800-megawatt coal plant in a coastal region, Krabi, that is popular with eco-tourists. The controversy pits Thailand’s growing energy needs against its image as a seaside paradise. Steve Sandford reports.

In Picturesque Thailand, Coal Plant Draws Protests

Published April 11, 2014

Environmental activists in Thailand are protesting plans to re-open an 800-megawatt coal plant in a coastal region, Krabi, that is popular with eco-tourists. The controversy pits Thailand’s growing energy needs against its image as a seaside paradise. Steve Sandford reports.


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