Nuclear power protest by Greenpeace in Germany

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German government has decided that close old nuclear power plants will have been closed by 2021. Seventeen atomic power reactors are allowed to operate in the next 8 or 14 years. However, the policy of the German government on September 28th allows extending the operation time of nuclear power plants. Therefore, Greenpeace activists protested with projections simultaneously at 12 atomic power reactors in Germany. For instance, on a cooling tower of the nuclear power station Gundremmingen, they projected the slogan: “Nuclear power station Grundremmingen: nuclear power harms Germany”. Moreover, nearly 100 demonstrators were reported to drum and blow whistles and holding banners “No thanks to atomic power” outside the Chancellery.

 


Greenpeace’s messages on the cooling systems of the nuclear power plant in Markt Essenbach

Greenpeace’s messages on the cooling systems of the nuclear power plant in Markt Essenbach

 


Greenpeace activists project their slogan onto the nuclear power station Brokdorf

Greenpeace activists project their slogan onto the nuclear power station Brokdorf

 


The slogan is projected on the cooling towers of the Grafenrheinfeld nuclear power station

The slogan is projected on the cooling towers of the Grafenrheinfeld nuclear power station

 


Greenpeace activists project their slogan onto a cooling tower of the nuclear power station Gundremmingen

Greenpeace activists project their slogan onto a cooling tower of the nuclear power station Gundremmingen

 


The slogan can be seen on the frontage of the nuclear power station Grohnde

The slogan can be seen on the frontage of the nuclear power station Grohnde

 


A warning sign is projected on the cooling tower of the nuclear power plant in Philippsburg

A warning sign is projected on the cooling tower of the nuclear power plant in Philippsburg

 


Demonstrators are holding banner: “Our Lady Gaga”. “Arrest” and “Shutdown”

Demonstrators are holding banner: “Our Lady Gaga”. “Arrest” and “Shutdown”

 


Wearing a mask, a demonstrator attended the protest in Berlin

Wearing a mask, a demonstrator attended the protest in Berlin

 


An anti-nuclear protester blows a plastic horn through the fence of the Chancellery

An anti-nuclear protester blows a plastic horn through the fence of the Chancellery

 


Demonstrators gather outside the Chancellery drumming and blowing whistling

Demonstrators gather outside the Chancellery drumming and blowing whistling

 


In front of the Chancellery in Berlin, activists made up themselves like German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Environment Minister Norbert Roettgen hammering on a solar panel

In front of the Chancellery in Berlin, activists made up themselves like German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Environment Minister Norbert Roettgen hammering on a solar panel

 


Ministers of Germany are in a press conference after the duration of nuclear power stations is extended.

Ministers of Germany are in a press conference after the duration of nuclear power stations is extended.

 

 

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This article was published on 2010/09/30
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