Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Action-at-Tihange-Nuclear-Power-Plant-in-Belgium-27MZIF3SXIJL.htmlConceptually similarAction at Tihange Nuclear Power Plant in BelgiumGP0STO959Completed★★★★★★Action at Tihange Nuclear Power Plant in BelgiumGP0STO94JCompleted★★★★★★Action at Tihange Nuclear Power Plant in BelgiumGP0STO94HCompleted★★★★Tihange Nuclear Power Station in BelgiumGP0STPRC7Completed★★★★Tihange Nuclear Power Station in BelgiumGP0STPRC8Completed★★★★Tihange Nuclear Power Station in BelgiumGP0STPRCACompleted★★★★Tihange Nuclear Power Station in BelgiumGP0STPRCBCompleted★★★★Tihange Nuclear Power Station in BelgiumGP0STPRCCCompleted★★★★Tihange Nuclear Power Station in BelgiumGP0STPRCECompleted★★★★View AllGP0STO94FAction at Tihange Nuclear Power Plant in BelgiumClimbers from Greenpeace Belgium project: "The End" inside the European Union symbol on the cooling tower of the Tihange power plant in Belgium. Greenpeace activists are protesting against ageing nuclear power plants in Europe.In original language:Projektion am Atomkraftwerk TihangeGreenpeace Aktivisten protestieren mit einer Projektion am Atomkraftwerk Tihange (Belgium) gegen ueberalterte Atomkraftwerke. Projektion: Europaeische Sterne und Slogan "The End".Locations:Belgium-Europe-TihangeDate:5 Mar, 2014Credit:© Nick Hannes / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3893px X 2598pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Cooling towers-Energy-European Union symbol-Industrial structures-KWCI (GPI)-Night-Nuclear (campaign title)-Nuclear power stations-Outdoors-Projection actions-Steam-Tihange Nuclear Power PlantShoot:Action at Tihange Nuclear Power Plant in BelgiumGreenpeace activists protest with projection and climbing action against the ageing nuclear power plant in Tihange, Belgium. The activists project the message "The End" and a nuclear symbol on the cooling tower of the plant.Across Europe, 240 Greenpeace activists have taken part in protests to highlight the risks of Europe’s ageing nuclear power stock. In a total of 6 countries; France, Sweden, Belgium, Spain, the Netherlands and Switzerland the activists have carried out a series of different activities at nuclear facilities demanding that their governments stop extending the life-time of these old and decrepit nuclear reactors and instead invest in the clean and safe alternatives and support a 45% renewable target for Europe to 2030.