Thirty Thousand Chinese “Occupy” Highway to Protest Polluting Coal Plants | Truthout

Tens of thousands of residents in China’s southern Guandong Province gathered in the streets yesterday, occupying a highway to demonstrate against the development of a new coal plant near Shantou city. The residents say existing coal plants in the area are fouling local air and water, and are making people sick. Read more…

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Filed under Democracy movements, Environment, Oil gas and coal, Public health

One response to “Thirty Thousand Chinese “Occupy” Highway to Protest Polluting Coal Plants | Truthout

  1. It’s exciting to see this going on in China!

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