Anti-nuke projection goes up across from headquarters of Korea's nuclear operator

Photo | 2012-03-07

A group of Greenpeace activists project an image across from the headquarters of Korea Electricity Power Corporation (KEPCO), Korea's nuclear operator, in Seoul. This was part of our global effort to commemorate one year on from the Fukushima nuclear disaster. With the projection, Greenpeace Seoul office urged KEPCO to remind itself of the lesson learned from Fukushima - that nuclear energy is inherently and fatally dangerous - and to improve its current operating system accordingly. 

"KEPCO should not forget the lessons from the Fukushima nuclear disaster, and the Korean government must now make a decision to phase out from the current nuke-oriented electricity generation and convert to clean and safe renewable energy source immediately," said Greenpeace Climate and Energy campaigner Hyung Lim Suh.

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