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UK Camp for Climate Action :: 17

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No New Coal

Burning coal is the most climate polluting way of generating electricity. The proposed new Kingsnorth plant will emit more than double the CO2 per unit of electricity compared to a modern gas plant. And of course, renewable alternatives such as wind, wave, tidal and solar would emit effectively no CO2 to produce electricity and could generate an estimated 160,000 jobs.
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Juliette Beck tells stories from the 2008 UK Climate Camp.
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Photo of Nick Buxton and Juliette Beck

Photos by Nick Buxton unless otherwise noted. See more of Nick's work at www.flickr.com/photos/nickbuxton/
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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