Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Action-at-Electrabel-Company-in-Brussels-27MZIFVY1APJ.htmlConceptually similarAction at Electrabel Company in BrusselsGP0458RCompleted★★★★Action at Electrabel Company in BrusselsGP0458SCompleted★★★★Action at Electrabel Company in BrusselsGP0458MCompleted★★★★Action at Electrabel Company in BrusselsGP0458OCompleted★★★★Action at Electrabel Company in BrusselsGP0458PCompleted★★★★Action at Electrabel Company in BrusselsGP0458QCompleted★★★★Action at Electrabel Company in BrusselsGP0458UCompleted★★★★Action at Electrabel Company in BrusselsGP0458LCompleted★★★★Action at Electrabel Company in BrusselsGP0458NCompleted★★★★View AllGP0458TAction at Electrabel Company in BrusselsAction in front of the building of energy company Electrabel, in Brussels. Greenpeace urges Electrabel not to dominate any longer the Belgian politicians. At the same time, Greenpeace asks the Socialist party to take a clear stand on nuclear power and to announce the closure of three nuclear reactors by 2015. In the picture, one of the activists, dressed as member of the Belgian Socialist party (PS), distributes folders with a fake message reading “The PS puts an end to nuclear power”.Locations:Belgium-Brussels-EuropeDate:27 Jun, 2012Credit:© Greenpeace / Philip ReynaersMaximum size:912px X 607pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Cars-Day-Electrabel-Energy-Greenpeace activists-KWCI (GPI)-Leaflets-Nuclear (campaign title)-Nuclear energy-Outdoors-Political concepts-Public engagementShoot:Action at Electrabel Company in BrusselsGreenpeace activists protest in front of the building of the energy company Electrabel, in Brussels to urge the company to stop dominating the Belgian politicians. At the same time, Greenpeace asks the Socialist party to have a clear position on nuclear energy and to announce the closure of three nuclear reactors by 2015.