Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/City-Hall-Quit-Coal-Balloon-Banner-27MZIF2WA6IO.htmlConceptually similarCity Hall Quit Coal Balloon BannerGP03CINCompleted★★★★City Hall Quit Coal Balloon BannerGP03CIOCompleted★★★★City Hall Quit Coal Balloon BannerGP03CIQCompleted★★★★City Hall Quit Coal Balloon BannerGP03CIRCompleted★★★★City Hall Quit Coal Balloon BannerGP03CIPCompleted★★★★City Hall Quit Coal Balloon BannerGP03CISCompleted★★★★City Hall Quit Coal Balloon BannerGP03CIUCompleted★★★★Chicago Coal Bridge Blockade ActionGP02ITVCompleted★★★★Quit Coal Action in ChicagoGP02IT9Completed★★★★View AllGP03CITCity Hall Quit Coal Balloon BannerA balloon banner on the ceiling of the atrium at Chicago City Hall with a message reading "Mayor Daley, is this your 'green legacy?" referring to the Fisk and Crawford coal-burning power plants.Locations:Chicago-Illinois-North America-United States of AmericaDate:17 Feb, 2011Credit:© Stephen J. Carrera / GreenpeaceMaximum size:1680px X 2500pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Balloons-Banners-Climate (campaign title)-Close ups-Coal-Direct communications-Government buildings-Indoors-KWCI (GPI)-Small group of peopleShoot:Quit Coal Balloon Banner ChicagoEnvironmental activists send a message to Chicago's Mayor Richard Daley by releasing a balloon banner in the atrium of City Hall calling on him to close Chicago's two coal-burning power plants. The message read "Mayor Daley, is this your 'green legacy?" It was referring to the Fisk and Crawford coal-burning power plants. The Fisk and Crawford plants – operated by Edison International subsidiary Midwest Generation are among the oldest in the United States. More people live in range of these plants than any other coal plant in America; nearly one in four Chicagoans live in a three mile radius of one or both plants.An estimated 42 Chicagoans die each year as a result of pollution from Fisk and Crawford, including residents in the severely affected communities of Pilsen (near the Fisk plant) and Little Village (near the Crawford plant). According to a report from the Clean Air Task Force, residents are at risk for heart disease, cancer, and respiratory illness because of pollution from these plants.