Smoke and steam billow from a coal-fired power plant owned by Indonesia Power, next to an area for Java 9 and 10, a coal-fired steam power plant project in Suralaya, Banten province, Indonesia, in 2020. Major banks are still providing capital and loans for coal projects. Photo: Reuters
Smoke and steam billow from a coal-fired power plant owned by Indonesia Power, next to an area for Java 9 and 10, a coal-fired steam power plant project in Suralaya, Banten province, Indonesia, in 2020. Major banks are still providing capital and loans for coal projects. Photo: Reuters

Letters | Push Hong Kong banks to wash their hands of coal projects

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Smoke and steam billow from a coal-fired power plant owned by Indonesia Power, next to an area for Java 9 and 10, a coal-fired steam power plant project in Suralaya, Banten province, Indonesia, in 2020. Major banks are still providing capital and loans for coal projects. Photo: Reuters
Smoke and steam billow from a coal-fired power plant owned by Indonesia Power, next to an area for Java 9 and 10, a coal-fired steam power plant project in Suralaya, Banten province, Indonesia, in 2020. Major banks are still providing capital and loans for coal projects. Photo: Reuters
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