Ademir de Castro, 56, fisherman:
"The company itself is always collecting water from the sea to check if there is no contamination, but the community never has access to the results and I cannot say if the fish are contaminated or not … I think it is absurd to build a nuclear power station here, but they have already built two and now are building a third one. Who would have the courage to protest against them? We know about the danger, but we must accept it."
If BNP Paribas goes ahead with financing the Angra 3 reactor - it will burden the Brazilian people and environment with a dangerously obsolete reactor. Tell BNP Paribas not to fund the dangerous, out-of-date Angra 3 nuclear reactor:
© Peter Caton / Greenpeace