Your browser does not support this video. Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/-Marsden-B--Power-Station-Action--27MZIFVME60Y.htmlConceptually similarKyoto Protocol Demonstration in New ZealandGP03XBSCompleted★★★★Coal IndustryGP03X6SCompleted★★★★Climate Crisis Projection Action at Thermal Plant in Slovenia - News AccessGP0STTOR5Completed★★★★Say NO to Shenao Power Plant Action in Taiwan - Web Video (Chinese Version)GP0STSH47Completed★★★★★★★Say NO to Shenao Power Plant Action in Taiwan - Web Video (International Version)GP0STSH49Completed★★★★★★★Harvard Health Report on Air Pollution - Web Video (Clean Version)GP0STQGCFCompleted★★★★Harvard Health Report on Air Pollution - Web VideoGP0STQGCGCompleted★★★★Huntly Coal Power Station ActionGP04MX4Completed★★★★Smoke Stack Jump in OhioGP03R43Completed★★★★★★View AllGP04AAF'Marsden B' Power Station Action A number of Greenpeace actions are staged against the proposed conversion of 'Marsden B' coal fired power station in New Zealand. On the day the Kyoto Protocol comes into force, Greenpeace activists hang a banner reading ‘Save the Climate - Stop Coal’ on Marsden B power station. The occupation lasts for 9 days. Local Ruakaka group 'Surfers Against Sulphur' stage a protest on the beach below the proposed Marsden B coal fired power station. Slogans on their t-shirts read: 'Surfers Against Sulphur'. Over 500 Northland residents gather on Bream Bay beach beneath Marsden B power station, to protest against Mighty River Power's proposal to convert the power station into a coal fired power station. They form a human banner, spelling out: ‘No Coal’ and ‘Stop Marsden B’. The power plant is station set to emit 2 million tonnes of climate changing carbon dioxide each year.Locations:Aotearoa-Oceania-RuakakaDate:1 Feb, 2005Credit:© GreenpeaceDuration:15m54sAudio format:NaturalProduction Type :CLIPREELKeywords:Actions and protests-Activists-Aerial view-Arrests-Art installations-Banners-Beaches-Climate (campaign title)-Climbing actions-Coal-Coal-fired power stations-Coastlines-Fossil fuel (energy)-Greenpeace activists-Greenpeace campaigners-Human banner actions-KWCI (GPI)-Kyoto Protocol-Local population-Non-renewable energy-Occupation actions-Oil (fossil fuel)-Oil (Industry)-Oil-fired power plants-Police-Power stations-Public engagement-Signs-Toxic waste-Toxics (campaign title)Shoot:Marsden B Coal Power Station ActionA number of Greenpeace actions are staged against the proposed conversion of 'Marsden B' coal fired power station in New Zealand. Activists protest at the power station as well as places which will be directly affected by toxins from the power plant such as nearby beaches. The power plant is station set to emit 2 million tonnes of climate changing carbon dioxide each year.