Coal-fired power plants forced to close in India

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On the Daily Climate Show, schools have been closed indefinitely and some coal powered plants in New Delhi, India’s capital, have been temporarily shut due to severe smog.

Plus, nine Insulate Britain climate change activists jailed for breaching an injunction by blocking the M25.

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