Italy, stop nuclear, vote yes!

Photo | 27 June, 2011

10 June 2011, Italy. Greenpeace activists open three large banners from three world-famous Italian monuments on the same day: the San Marco tower in Venice, the Ponte Vecchio bridge in Florence and the Colosseum in Rome. The banners read "ITALY, STOP NUCLEAR, VOTE YES", calling on Italian voters to make the right decision when the country goes to the ballots on 12th and 13th June. And they did, with 94% of voters choosing to rule out nuclear energy. See more photos

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