The Pecém thermal power plant –  Located in Ceará, the largest thermal power plant in the country is a symbol of the federal government’s contradictions in relation to the agreement signed at COP21. In addition to using coal from Colombia for its boilers, the power plant consumes millions of gallons of water in a region that has historical problems of water shortage and the enormous potential for clean and fair production.

Climate and social environmental movements, indigenous communities, fishermen and other traditional peoples will join to show that thermal power plant have faults and must be closed down.