Local environmentalists are pushing for wider public support on the move to reduce or even halt the operation of coal-fired power plants in the Philippines.
The Dumaguete City-based national organizers of 350.Org-Pilipinas agreed in a meeting yesterday, to map out a campaign strategy to involve high school and college students, in the anti-coal campaign, Trelly Marigza said.
The campaign from September to October will include a series of forums in schools that will focus on the ill-effects of coal on health, energy and the environment, and also the legal concerns, she added.
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