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Indonesia Break Free 2016
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We're doing a global mass action to urgently break free from using fossil fuels. And change to renewable energy for saving this planet from disaster.
Kekayaan alam Indonesia dapat memenuhi kebutuhan hidup kita dengan pemanfaatan energi terbarukan. Namun saat ini Indonesia masih menggunakan energi fosil, polusinya mengancam kesehatan kita semua.    Cek seberapa berbahaya kotamu terkena dampak dari PLTU batubara di revolusienergi.org    Dan bergabunglah menjadi bagian pergerakan massal global untuk Break Free dari energi fosil di indonesia.breakfree2016.org ‪   #‎PolusiBukanSolusi‬    [CP Mutia 0811272718]

Kekayaan alam Indonesia dapat memenuhi kebutuhan hidup kita dengan pemanfaatan energi terbarukan. Namun saat ini Indonesia masih menggunakan energi fosil, polusinya mengancam kesehatan kita semua. Cek seberapa berbahaya kotamu terkena dampak dari PLTU batubara di revolusienergi.org Dan bergabunglah menjadi bagian pergerakan massal global untuk Break Free dari energi fosil di indonesia.breakfree2016.org ‪ #‎PolusiBukanSolusi‬ [CP Mutia 0811272718]

Thousands of people have taken to the streets in a carnival atmosphere to urge the government to end Indonesia’s addiction to coal in front of Japanese embassy in Jakarta, Wednesday, May 11, 2016. The marchers carried banners calling for Indonesia to reject coal in favour of clean renewable energy, and to honour the commitment made in the Paris Agreement last year, to reduce the country’s carbon emissions.

Thousands of people have taken to the streets in a carnival atmosphere to urge the government to end Indonesia’s addiction to coal in front of Japanese embassy in Jakarta, Wednesday, May 11, 2016. The marchers carried banners calling for Indonesia to reject coal in favour of clean renewable energy, and to honour the commitment made in the Paris Agreement last year, to reduce the country’s carbon emissions.

Thousands of people have taken to the streets in a carnival atmosphere to urge the government to end Indonesia’s addiction to coal in front of Japanese embassy in Jakarta, Wednesday, May 11, 2016. The marchers carried banners calling for Indonesia to reject coal in favour of clean renewable energy, and to honour the commitment made in the Paris Agreement last year, to reduce the country’s carbon emissions.

Thousands of people have taken to the streets in a carnival atmosphere to urge the government to end Indonesia’s addiction to coal in front of Japanese embassy in Jakarta, Wednesday, May 11, 2016. The marchers carried banners calling for Indonesia to reject coal in favour of clean renewable energy, and to honour the commitment made in the Paris Agreement last year, to reduce the country’s carbon emissions.

Thousands of people have taken to the streets in a carnival atmosphere to urge the government to end Indonesia’s addiction to coal in front of Japanese embassy in Jakarta, Wednesday, May 11, 2016. The marchers carried banners calling for Indonesia to reject coal in favour of clean renewable energy, and to honour the commitment made in the Paris Agreement last year, to reduce the country’s carbon emissions.

Thousands of people have taken to the streets in a carnival atmosphere to urge the government to end Indonesia’s addiction to coal in front of Japanese embassy in Jakarta, Wednesday, May 11, 2016. The marchers carried banners calling for Indonesia to reject coal in favour of clean renewable energy, and to honour the commitment made in the Paris Agreement last year, to reduce the country’s carbon emissions.

Thousands of people have taken to the streets in a carnival atmosphere to urge the government to end Indonesia’s addiction to coal in front of Japanese embassy in Jakarta, Wednesday, May 11, 2016. The marchers carried banners calling for Indonesia to reject coal in favour of clean renewable energy, and to honour the commitment made in the Paris Agreement last year, to reduce the country’s carbon emissions.

Thousands of people have taken to the streets in a carnival atmosphere to urge the government to end Indonesia’s addiction to coal in front of Japanese embassy in Jakarta, Wednesday, May 11, 2016. The marchers carried banners calling for Indonesia to reject coal in favour of clean renewable energy, and to honour the commitment made in the Paris Agreement last year, to reduce the country’s carbon emissions.

Thousands of people have taken to the streets in a carnival atmosphere to urge the government to end Indonesia’s addiction to coal in front of Japanese embassy in Jakarta, Wednesday, May 11, 2016. The marchers carried banners calling for Indonesia to reject coal in favour of clean renewable energy, and to honour the commitment made in the Paris Agreement last year, to reduce the country’s carbon emissions.

Thousands of people have taken to the streets in a carnival atmosphere to urge the government to end Indonesia’s addiction to coal in front of Japanese embassy in Jakarta, Wednesday, May 11, 2016. The marchers carried banners calling for Indonesia to reject coal in favour of clean renewable energy, and to honour the commitment made in the Paris Agreement last year, to reduce the country’s carbon emissions.

Suhu rata-rata bumi semakin hari semakin panas, polusi dari penggunaan energi fosil menjadi salah satu penyebab terbesar.  Saatnya beraksi di Karnaval Iklim besok, 11 Mei 2016 - Bundaran HI - 08.00 pagi.  Jadilah bagian dari aksi global untuk mendesak pemimpin dunia beralih ke energi terbarukan, terkait perjanjian iklim Paris 2015. ‪  #PolusiBukanSolusi‬ ‪#‎BreakFree‬2016

Suhu rata-rata bumi semakin hari semakin panas, polusi dari penggunaan energi fosil menjadi salah satu penyebab terbesar. Saatnya beraksi di Karnaval Iklim besok, 11 Mei 2016 - Bundaran HI - 08.00 pagi. Jadilah bagian dari aksi global untuk mendesak pemimpin dunia beralih ke energi terbarukan, terkait perjanjian iklim Paris 2015. ‪ #PolusiBukanSolusi‬ ‪#‎BreakFree‬2016

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