UK Camp for Climate Action

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Climate Camp Keeps Watch on Coal

UK Climate camp looks directly at the Kingsnorth coal-fired power station, which activists shut down on August 9, 2008. A proposed replacement is part of plans for 7 new coal power stations even though this is the most polluting of all fossil fuels and renewable technologies such as solar and wind power are readily available.
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Photos by Nick Buxton unless otherwise noted. See more of Nick's work at Captions by Juliette Beck.Captions by Juliette Beck. Juliette is a freelance writer and environmental justice advocate. She and Nick are preparing for the birth of their first child in Davis, California.

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