A virtual nuclear catastrophe

Photo | 7 March, 2012

In October 2011, Greenpeace Switzerland came up with the idea to realise a series of photo-montages that show the effect of an evacuated city after a nuclear catastrophe visually. After Fukushima it was clear, that if something would happen here in Switzerland at the nuclear power plant of Mühleberg, which has the same age like the one in Fukushima and also the same reactor type, the evacuation would effect the capital city of switzerland Berne dramatically.

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