Nuclear Protest In Budapest, Hungary

Photo | 30 January, 2014

Greenpeace Hungary activists turn Clark Adam Square into a nuclear symbol in protest against plans to build a second reactor at the Paks Nuclear Power Station, currently responsible for 40% of Hungary’s electricity generation. The 4 units (440MW capacity each) have been operating since the 1980s and have had their lifetime extended to the 2030s. Next week the Hungarian parliament will make a final decision on the extension of the power plant.

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Video | 4 June, 2015 at 19:20

With a giant Airship flying over Milan, the venue of this year’s Universal Exhibition on food, Greenpeace displayed a 200m2 banner reading “Don’t feed a broken system, make Ecological Farming fly”, to call for a change in our food and farming...

Global Day of Action 2015

Video | 1 June, 2015 at 17:40

Ahead of the G7 summit in Germany and the COP in Paris, thousands of people in over 100 cities across 30 countries are taking a stand against fossil fuels, and for a just transition to 100% renewable energy for all. #GetUpAnd

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