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Shoot: E-ZombieWalk Action on E-Waste Impact in Mexico

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With a semi-circular banner containing the message: "Breaking News: eZombie Invasion" Greenpeace Mexico activists alongside citizens from the city of Manzanillo called on the Ministry of Communications and Transport to put into place a clear plan to manage the more than 40 million analogue TVs that could be thrown away during the transition to digital TV.

More than 80 families, children and locals joined Greenpeace Mexico activists on an eZombieWalk from the Greenpeace ship Esperanza located in the tourist pier to the iconic "Pez Vela" statue, designed by renowned sculptor Sebastian .
E-ZombieWalk Action on E-Waste Impact in Mexico
29 Aug, 2015
E-ZombieWalk Action on E-Waste Impact in Mexico
E-ZombieWalk Action on E-Waste Impact in Mexico
29 Aug, 2015
E-ZombieWalk Action on E-Waste Impact in Mexico
E-ZombieWalk Action on E-Waste Impact in Mexico
29 Aug, 2015
E-ZombieWalk Action on E-Waste Impact in Mexico
E-ZombieWalk Action on E-Waste Impact in Mexico
29 Aug, 2015
E-ZombieWalk Action on E-Waste Impact in Mexico
E-ZombieWalk Action on E-Waste Impact in Mexico
29 Aug, 2015
E-ZombieWalk Action on E-Waste Impact in Mexico
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E-ZombieWalk Action on E-Waste Impact in Mexico
29 Aug, 2015
E-ZombieWalk Action on E-Waste Impact in Mexico
E-ZombieWalk Action on E-Waste Impact in Mexico
29 Aug, 2015
E-ZombieWalk Action on E-Waste Impact in Mexico
E-ZombieWalk Action on E-Waste Impact in Mexico
29 Aug, 2015
E-ZombieWalk Action on E-Waste Impact in Mexico
E-ZombieWalk Action on E-Waste Impact in Mexico
29 Aug, 2015
E-ZombieWalk Action on E-Waste Impact in Mexico
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