Newsletter: Is this the end for Australia’s dirtiest power station?

From Australia’s dirtiest power plant to the world’s biggest coal port, some of the worst examples of Australia’s dangerous and destructive fossil fuel industry have been grabbing headlines over the past couple of weeks. Check out these stories and more in the latest Market Forces newsletter.

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  • Gippsland, Thursday, August 11, 2005: Greenpeace is today taking on the developed world’s most greenhouse-polluting power plant – Hazelwood power station in the Latrobe Valley, as extreme weather conditions batter Victoria. Greenpeace activists, this morning occupied a loader in the brown coal pit at Hazelwood and awarded the plant “1st prize” as the developed world’s most polluting power station. Activists also laid a banner in the coal pit reading “Coal fuels climate change”. (c) Greenpeace/Hunt 2005 NOT FOR ARCHIVE OR RESALE
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