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Research Reveals Health Cost of Thailand’s Coal Plants 

Research Reveals Health Cost of Thailand’s Coal Plants 

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Chulalongkorn University Social Research Institute and Greenpeace Southeast Asia launch the report 'Human Cost of Coal Power: How coal-fired power plants threaten the health of Thais.' The report is a collaborative project between Harvard University and Greenpeace.

Coal plants in Thailand cause an estimated 1,550 premature deaths every year, according to the research. This number could rise to 5,300 a year if plans to expand electricity production by building new coal-fired plants go ahead.

This report is the first of its kind to look at illness and deaths associated with Thailand’s coal-fired power plants. Figures are based on state-of-the-art atmospheric modeling techniques deployed by a research team at Harvard University. 
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