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POPULATION-MINE/
RTR2SH5Y
October 10, 2011
The power plant of Kardia in seen through a destroyed house in the village of Charavgi in the valley...
KOZANI, Greece
The power plant of Kardia in seen through a destroyed house in the village of Charavgi in the valley...
The power plant of Kardia in seen through a destroyed house in the village of Charavgi in the valley of Ptolemais near the town of Kozani some 500 km north of Athens on September 29, 2011. According to a May 2007 WWF survey called "Dirty Thirty", the Greek Public Power Corporation's (PPC) power plants of Kardia and Agios Dimitrios are the EU's top two polluting stations. The once flourishing nearby villages of Charavgi and Kleitos have been gradually abandoned since PPC opened the two mines. The company "bought" the villages and relocated residents elsewhere. The only person who now lives in Kleitos is an Indian immigrant, Jangdip Pal, 45, who works as a nightguard at the mine. And only one shepherd and his family live in Charavgi. The power plants produce 70 percent of Greece's electricity. Picture taken September 29, 2011 REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE - Tags: ENERGY SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
POPULATION-MINE/
RTR2SH5V
October 10, 2011
Indian immigrant, Jangdip Pal, 45, sits at the porch of an abandoned house in the village of Charavgi...
KOZANI, Greece
The power plant of Agios Dimitrios in seen during night operations in the valley of Ptolemais
Indian immigrant, Jangdip Pal, 45, sits at the porch of an abandoned house in the village of Charavgi September 28, 2011. Pal, who works as a nightguard at the mine, is the only person living in the now almost abandoned village. According to a May 2007 WWF survey called "Dirty Thirty", the Greek Public Power Corporation's (PPC) power plants of Kardia and Agios Dimitrios are the EU's top two polluting stations. The once flourishing nearby villages of Charavgi and Kleitos have been gradually abandoned since PPC opened the two mines. The company "bought" the villages and relocated residents elsewhere. The power plants produce 70 percent of Greece's electricity. Picture taken September 28, 2011 REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE - Tags: ENERGY SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
POPULATION-MINE/
RTR2SH4C
October 10, 2011
The power plant of Agios Dimitrios in seen during night operations in the valley of Ptolemais near the...
KOZANI, Greece
The power plant of Agios Dimitrios in seen during night operations in the valley of Ptolemais
The power plant of Agios Dimitrios in seen during night operations in the valley of Ptolemais near the town of Kozani some 500 km north of Athens on September 29, 2011. According to a May 2007 WWF survey called "Dirty Thirty", the Greek Public Power Corporation's (DEH) power plants of Kardia and Agios Dimitrios are the EU's top two polluting stations. The once flourishing villages of Charavgi and Kleitos have been gradually abandoned since DEH opened the two mines. The company "bought" the villages and relocated residents elsewhere. The only person who now lives in Kleitos is an Indian immigrant, Jangdip Pal, 45, who works as a nightguard at the mine. And only one shepherd and his family live in Charavgi. The power plants produce 70% of Greece's electricity. Picture taken September 29, 2011 REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (ENERGY SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
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