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30 September 2019

China Huadian Engineering's response to coal plant project in Bali

Author: China Huadian Engineering Co. Ltd.

[The response was originally written in Chinese. This excerpt translation is provided by Business and Human Rights Resource Centre.]...

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29 September 2019

Indonesia: Locals complain of environmental and livelihood problems from coal plant by subsidiary of China Huadian Engineering in Bali; incl. company response

A coal-fired power plant built on Bali’s north coast has been accused of providing inadequate compensation for land acquisition, causing damage to local livelihoods and health, and harming the environment on land and at sea, according to a report...

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17 September 2019

Local people challenge coal plant expansion in Bali

Author: Tommy Apriando, China Dialogue

… The plant [a coal-fired power plant on 40 hectares of north Bali’s coast] has three units totalling 426 megawatts of capacity, and produces up to two-fifths of Bali’s electricity. The addition of two units would more than double the plant’s capacity...

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2 July 2019

China exports coal-related equipment and technology to foreign countries while turning to renewable energy domestically, critic says

Author: Dana Ullman, Foreign Policy

“When Coal Comes to Paradise”, 9 June 2019...

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Story
15 May 2016

China: 36 workers died as landslide hits Huadian Fuxin hydroelectric station in Fujian, company denies mistakes in choosing site location

"At least 31 construction workers were killed and 7 were missing after landslide caused by heavy rains hit a hydroelectric power station in Fujian…Some Chinese questioned whether officials had made mistakes in choosing the location for the power...

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8 May 2016

China landslide caused by heavy rains kills 31

Author: Yingzhi Yang & Nicole Liu, Los Angeles Times

At least 31 construction workers were killed and 7 were missing after landslide caused by heavy rains hit a hydroelectric power station in Fujian…Most of the workers were asleep…when the landslide began near the Chitan hydroelectric station, the New...

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22 June 2015

China’s Global Dam Builders: Talking the Talk, Walking the Walk?

Author: Grace Mang, Co-Director of Programs, International Rivers

In recent years, the global hydropower market has changed dramatically. Once the province of Western firms, these days large new companies from China and other countries are dominating the market. In a remarkable turn of events, these new companies...

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Story
6 April 2015

Subcritical coal top 20: Engaging energy companies on climate & human rights impacts

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Report
16 February 2015

Briefing highlights Chinese companies' engagement with business & human rights

Author: Global Business Initiative on Human Rights, UN Global Compact Network China, Institute for Human Rights and Business, Peking University, Tracktwo

"China Responsible Business Forum: Corporate Responsibility in the Era of the UN Guiding Principles", 17 February 2015...

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12 December 2013

Interactive Map: Health impact of China's coal plants mapped

Author: Christine Ottery, Greenpeace UK

The level of emissions from coal plants in China in 2011 could have contributed to an estimated quarter of a million premature deaths that year…The some 257,000 premature deaths – which theoretically could have been avoided if there was no air...

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