Action At Cirebon Coal Power Plant In Java

Greenpeace Indonesia activists climbed the crane of grab ship unloader, blocking the loading of coal for the the Cirebon Coal Power Plant in Indonesia, the world’s second biggest exporter of coal. The protest is part of a global wave of actions demanding governments keep coal, oil and gas in ground, called Break Free, running from 4-15 May.
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Greenpeace Indonesia activists climbed the crane of grab ship unloader, blocking the loading of coal for the the Cirebon Coal Power Plant in Indonesia, the world’s second biggest exporter of coal. The protest is part of a global wave of actions demanding governments keep coal, oil and gas in ground, called Break Free, running from 4-15 May.

Greenpeace Indonesia activists climbed the crane of grab ship unloader, blocking the loading of coal for the the Cirebon Coal Power Plant in Indonesia, the world’s second biggest exporter of coal. The protest is part of a global wave of actions demanding governments keep coal, oil and gas in ground, called Break Free, running from 4-15 May.

Greenpeace Indonesia activists climbed the crane of grab ship unloader, blocking the loading of coal for the the Cirebon Coal Power Plant in Indonesia, the world’s second biggest exporter of coal. The protest is part of a global wave of actions demanding governments keep coal, oil and gas in ground, called Break Free, running from 4-15 May.

Greenpeace Indonesia activists climbed the crane of grab ship unloader, blocking the loading of coal for the the Cirebon Coal Power Plant in Indonesia, the world’s second biggest exporter of coal. The protest is part of a global wave of actions demanding governments keep coal, oil and gas in ground, called Break Free, running from 4-15 May.

Greenpeace Indonesia activists climbed the crane of grab ship unloader, blocking the loading of coal for the the Cirebon Coal Power Plant in Indonesia, the world’s second biggest exporter of coal. The protest is part of a global wave of actions demanding governments keep coal, oil and gas in ground, called Break Free, running from 4-15 May.

Greenpeace Indonesia activists climbed the crane of grab ship unloader, blocking the loading of coal for the the Cirebon Coal Power Plant in Indonesia, the world’s second biggest exporter of coal. The protest is part of a global wave of actions demanding governments keep coal, oil and gas in ground, called Break Free, running from 4-15 May.

Greenpeace Indonesia activists climbed the crane of grab ship unloader, blocking the loading of coal for the the Cirebon Coal Power Plant in Indonesia, the world’s second biggest exporter of coal. The protest is part of a global wave of actions demanding governments keep coal, oil and gas in ground, called Break Free, running from 4-15 May.

Greenpeace Indonesia activists climbed the crane of grab ship unloader, blocking the loading of coal for the the Cirebon Coal Power Plant in Indonesia, the world’s second biggest exporter of coal. The protest is part of a global wave of actions demanding governments keep coal, oil and gas in ground, called Break Free, running from 4-15 May.

Greenpeace Indonesia activists climbed the crane of grab ship unloader, blocking the loading of coal for the the Cirebon Coal Power Plant in Indonesia, the world’s second biggest exporter of coal. The protest is part of a global wave of actions demanding governments keep coal, oil and gas in ground, called Break Free, running from 4-15 May.

Greenpeace Indonesia activists climbed the crane of grab ship unloader, blocking the loading of coal for the the Cirebon Coal Power Plant in Indonesia, the world’s second biggest exporter of coal. The protest is part of a global wave of actions demanding governments keep coal, oil and gas in ground, called Break Free, running from 4-15 May.

Greenpeace Indonesia activists climbed the crane of grab ship unloader, blocking the loading of coal for the the Cirebon Coal Power Plant in Indonesia, the world’s second biggest exporter of coal. The protest is part of a global wave of actions demanding governments keep coal, oil and gas in ground, called Break Free, running from 4-15 May.

Greenpeace Indonesia activists climbed the crane of grab ship unloader, blocking the loading of coal for the the Cirebon Coal Power Plant in Indonesia, the world’s second biggest exporter of coal. The protest is part of a global wave of actions demanding governments keep coal, oil and gas in ground, called Break Free, running from 4-15 May.

Greenpeace Indonesia activists climbed the crane of grab ship unloader, blocking the loading of coal for the the Cirebon Coal Power Plant in Indonesia, the world’s second biggest exporter of coal. The protest is part of a global wave of actions demanding governments keep coal, oil and gas in ground, called Break Free, running from 4-15 May.

Greenpeace Indonesia activists climbed the crane of grab ship unloader, blocking the loading of coal for the the Cirebon Coal Power Plant in Indonesia, the world’s second biggest exporter of coal. The protest is part of a global wave of actions demanding governments keep coal, oil and gas in ground, called Break Free, running from 4-15 May.

Greenpeace Indonesia activists climbed the crane of grab ship unloader, blocking the loading of coal for the the Cirebon Coal Power Plant in Indonesia, the world’s second biggest exporter of coal. The protest is part of a global wave of actions demanding governments keep coal, oil and gas in ground, called Break Free, running from 4-15 May.

Greenpeace Indonesia activists climbed the crane of grab ship unloader, blocking the loading of coal for the the Cirebon Coal Power Plant in Indonesia, the world’s second biggest exporter of coal. The protest is part of a global wave of actions demanding governments keep coal, oil and gas in ground, called Break Free, running from 4-15 May.

Greenpeace Indonesia activists climbed the crane of grab ship unloader, blocking the loading of coal for the the Cirebon Coal Power Plant in Indonesia, the world’s second biggest exporter of coal. The protest is part of a global wave of actions demanding governments keep coal, oil and gas in ground, called Break Free, running from 4-15 May.

Greenpeace Indonesia activists climbed the crane of grab ship unloader, blocking the loading of coal for the the Cirebon Coal Power Plant in Indonesia, the world’s second biggest exporter of coal. The protest is part of a global wave of actions demanding governments keep coal, oil and gas in ground, called Break Free, running from 4-15 May.

Greenpeace Indonesia activists climbed the crane of grab ship unloader, blocking the loading of coal for the the Cirebon Coal Power Plant in Indonesia, the world’s second biggest exporter of coal. The protest is part of a global wave of actions demanding governments keep coal, oil and gas in ground, called Break Free, running from 4-15 May.

Greenpeace Indonesia activists climbed the crane of grab ship unloader, blocking the loading of coal for the the Cirebon Coal Power Plant in Indonesia, the world’s second biggest exporter of coal. The protest is part of a global wave of actions demanding governments keep coal, oil and gas in ground, called Break Free, running from 4-15 May.

Greenpeace Indonesia activists climbed the crane of grab ship unloader, blocking the loading of coal for the the Cirebon Coal Power Plant in Indonesia, the world’s second biggest exporter of coal. The protest is part of a global wave of actions demanding governments keep coal, oil and gas in ground, called Break Free, running from 4-15 May.

Greenpeace Indonesia activists climbed the crane of grab ship unloader, blocking the loading of coal for the the Cirebon Coal Power Plant in Indonesia, the world’s second biggest exporter of coal. The protest is part of a global wave of actions demanding governments keep coal, oil and gas in ground, called Break Free, running from 4-15 May.

Greenpeace Indonesia activists climbed the crane of grab ship unloader, blocking the loading of coal for the the Cirebon Coal Power Plant in Indonesia, the world’s second biggest exporter of coal. The protest is part of a global wave of actions demanding governments keep coal, oil and gas in ground, called Break Free, running from 4-15 May.

Greenpeace Indonesia activists climbed the crane of grab ship unloader, blocking the loading of coal for the the Cirebon Coal Power Plant in Indonesia, the world’s second biggest exporter of coal. The protest is part of a global wave of actions demanding governments keep coal, oil and gas in ground, called Break Free, running from 4-15 May.

Greenpeace Indonesia activists climbed the crane of grab ship unloader, blocking the loading of coal for the the Cirebon Coal Power Plant in Indonesia, the world’s second biggest exporter of coal. The protest is part of a global wave of actions demanding governments keep coal, oil and gas in ground, called Break Free, running from 4-15 May.

Greenpeace Indonesia activists climbed the crane of grab ship unloader, blocking the loading of coal for the the Cirebon Coal Power Plant in Indonesia, the world’s second biggest exporter of coal. The protest is part of a global wave of actions demanding governments keep coal, oil and gas in ground, called Break Free, running from 4-15 May.

Greenpeace Indonesia activists climbed the crane of grab ship unloader, blocking the loading of coal for the the Cirebon Coal Power Plant in Indonesia, the world’s second biggest exporter of coal. The protest is part of a global wave of actions demanding governments keep coal, oil and gas in ground, called Break Free, running from 4-15 May.

Greenpeace Indonesia activists climbed the crane of grab ship unloader, blocking the loading of coal for the the Cirebon Coal Power Plant in Indonesia, the world’s second biggest exporter of coal. The protest is part of a global wave of actions demanding governments keep coal, oil and gas in ground, called Break Free, running from 4-15 May.

Greenpeace Indonesia activists climbed the crane of grab ship unloader, blocking the loading of coal for the the Cirebon Coal Power Plant in Indonesia, the world’s second biggest exporter of coal. The protest is part of a global wave of actions demanding governments keep coal, oil and gas in ground, called Break Free, running from 4-15 May.

Greenpeace Indonesia activists climbed the crane of grab ship unloader, blocking the loading of coal for the the Cirebon Coal Power Plant in Indonesia, the world’s second biggest exporter of coal. The protest is part of a global wave of actions demanding governments keep coal, oil and gas in ground, called Break Free, running from 4-15 May.

Greenpeace Indonesia activists climbed the crane of grab ship unloader, blocking the loading of coal for the the Cirebon Coal Power Plant in Indonesia, the world’s second biggest exporter of coal. The protest is part of a global wave of actions demanding governments keep coal, oil and gas in ground, called Break Free, running from 4-15 May.

Greenpeace Indonesia activists climbed the crane of grab ship unloader, blocking the loading of coal for the the Cirebon Coal Power Plant in Indonesia, the world’s second biggest exporter of coal. The protest is part of a global wave of actions demanding governments keep coal, oil and gas in ground, called Break Free, running from 4-15 May.

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