Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/Protect-Krabi-Campaign-in-Thailand-27MZIF38BBKK.htmlConceptually similarProtect Krabi Campaign in ThailandGP0STOUUNCompleted★★★★Protect Krabi Campaign in ThailandGP0STOUUMCompleted★★★★Protect Krabi Campaign in ThailandGP0STOUUOCompleted★★★★Die-In Protest in BangkokGP0STOV7ICompleted★★★★Die-In Protest in BangkokGP0STOV7JCompleted★★★★★★Die-In Protest in BangkokGP0STOV7KCompleted★★★★Die-In Protest in BangkokGP0STOV7NCompleted★★★★Die-In Protest in BangkokGP0STOV7OCompleted★★★★Die-In Protest in BangkokGP0STOV7HCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STOUULProtect Krabi Campaign in ThailandRepresentatives from Protect Krabi Network visit the expert panel appointed by the National Environment Board (NEB) to review the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) report of the proposed Klong Ruo Coal Seaport ahead of the review meeting scheduled for 6th March, 2015 in Bangkok, Thailand. During the 13 km visiting journey, the group voices their demand to stop coal projects and highlight the need to reform Thailand’s Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and the Environmental Health Impact Assessment (EHIA) process.Locations:Asia-Bangkok-Southeast Asia-ThailandDate:3 Mar, 2015Credit:© Roengrit Kongmuang / GreenpeaceMaximum size:6000px X 4000pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Activists-Banners-Climate (campaign title)-Coal-Coal exports-Day-Direct communications-KWCI (GPI)-Low angle view-Men-Outdoors-Small group of peopleShoot:Protect Krabi Campaign in ThailandThe Protect Krabi Network visit the expert panel appointed by the National Environment Board (NEB) to review the EIA report of the proposed Klong Ruo Coal Seaport ahead of the review meeting scheduled for 6th March, 2015. During the 13 km visiting journey, the group will voice their demand to stop coal projects and highlight the need to reform Thailand’s E(H)IA processes. The Klong Ruo Coal Seaport project is a plan of the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) to find ways of transporting imported coal from Indonesia, Australia and Africa to its 870 MW Coal Fired Power Plant. The port lies in Taling-chan sub district, Klong Kanan District, Krabi province, part of an area listed as one of Thailand’s few wetlands of international importance.