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Greenpeace Dumps Coal, Again


Coal-burning is a major source of pollution and greenhouse gases, specifically carbon dioxide and mercury, which threatens wildlife, like bald eagles and penguins. This makes coal a prime target for environmental groups.

Greenpeace, which exists in 40 countries worldwide, doesn’t like coal. In fact, just last month activists dumped 4 tons of coal in front of a Sheraton hotel in Warsaw, Poland to protest against carbon emissions. And that wasn't the first time they've done it.

Previous coal drops include the home of Vice-President Dick Cheney, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair's Downing Street offices, the Philippines Environment Ministry and Nuon’s headquarters in Amsterdam.

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So, word to the wise, don’t tick off Greenpeace! Otherwise you’ll be knee-deep in dirty black stuff.

Via The News.

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