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Greenpeace is committed to exposing environmental problems with creative and non-violent direct action.

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Orang-utans swing into action to stop Dove destroying rainforests for palm oil
Flashmob at Heathrow's Terminal 5
King coal at Kingsnorth
Trident: We Don't Buy It
Weapons inspectors are shut out of Aldermaston
All the fun of the Square with iCount
Closing Didcot power station
Ban illegal timber at Admiralty Arch

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Slag heap

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Millions of tonnes of coal

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Shuttingdown Kingsnorth: Underneath the chimney

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Why are we here? Because coal is the most polluting of all fossil fuels; it just isn't fit for purpose in the 21st century. No new coal fired power station has been built in the UK in over 30 years but now Gordon Brown may be giving the green light to a new coal rush in the UK.

Shutting down Kingsnorth: Joss on the phone to PA

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Shutting down Kingsnorth: chained on

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Why are we here? Because coal is the most polluting of all fossil fuels; it just isn't fit for purpose in the 21st century. No new coal fired power station has been built in the UK in over 30 years but now Gordon Brown may be giving the green light to a new coal rush in the UK.
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Shutting down Kingsnorth: on the conveyor

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Shutting down Kingsnorth: Joss on the phone to the Today programme

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Coal conveyor tower, Kingsnorth

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We're going in there