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Nuclear Action at CDA Convention in Amsterdam the Netherlands

Nuclear Action at CDA Convention in Amsterdam the Netherlands

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09/30/2006 
Greenpeace activists protest against the stand of the political party CDA about nuclear energy at the CDA convention in the RAI in Amsterdam. Three activists unfurl a large banner above the podium during the speech of Maxime Verhagen. The text on the banner reads 'CDA kiest voor 240.000 jaar kernafval', which translates to English as 'CDA votes for 240,000 years of nuclear waste'. According to Greenpeace nuclear energy is unnecessary and dangerous. The CDA wants to land thousands of generations with nuclear waste, for which there is still no solution. Greenpeace is also angry about the demolition policy regarding green energy. The CDA thinks nuclear energy is necessary until we can change to sustainable energy in the future. The 'Energy Revolution Scenario' produced by Greenpeace, the Institute of Technical Thermodynamics of the German Aerospace Center (DLR), the European Renewable Energy Council (EREC) and eleven research institutes, shows however that global CO2 emissions can be cut by almost 50% within the next 43 years, whilst providing a secure and affordable energy supply and, critically, maintaining steady worldwide economic development. Renewable energy, combined with efficiencies from the ‘smart use’ of energy, can deliver half of the world’s energy needs by 2050. The report demonstrates that the phasing out of nuclear power and massively reducing CO2-emissions is possible. 
Nuclear Action at CDA Convention in Amsterdam
09/30/2006 
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Nuclear Action at CDA Convention in Amsterdam
09/30/2006 
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Nuclear Action at CDA Convention in Amsterdam
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Nuclear Action at CDA Convention in Amsterdam
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