Action at Enel Coal Power Plant in Italy

Photo | 2 May, 2012

Greenpeace activists unveil large 'crime scene' banners reading in Italian "Lets put the spot on Enel" and "Enel Killer", together with a giant drawing of a human body symbolizing lives lost through coal pollution, outside the Federico II coal power plant in Brindisi. Greenpeace is calling on the Italian electricity company Enel to invest money in renewable energy instead of coal fired power plants.04/30/2012


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