Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Asheville-Power-Station-Banner-Action-27MZIF2GN1W3.htmlConceptually similarAsheville Power Station Banner ActionGP03T54Completed★★★★Asheville Power Station Banner ActionGP03T55Completed★★★★Asheville Power Station Banner ActionGP03T56Completed★★★★Asheville Power Station Banner ActionGP03T58Completed★★★★Asheville Power Station Banner ActionGP03T59Completed★★★★Asheville Power Station Banner ActionGP03T5ACompleted★★★★Asheville Power Station Banner ActionGP03LOECompleted★★★★Climate Action on Asheville Coal Plant in USGP04KGLCompleted★★★★Climate Action on Asheville Coal Plant in USGP04KGMCompleted★★★★View AllGP03T57Asheville Power Station Banner ActionGreenpeace activists deploy a giant banner on a chimney at Progress Energy's Asheville Power Station reading "Duke Energy The Climate Needs Real Progress. Progress Energy is about to merge with Duke Energy. Other activists prevented coal from being loaded into the plant by locking down to the conveyor and the loader with banners, as well as posting a banner at the plant's toxic ash pond reading "Stop Poisoning the Water."Locations:Arden-North America-North Carolina-United States of AmericaDate:13 Feb, 2012Credit:© Jason Miczek / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3168px X 4752pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Air pollution-Banners-Chimneys-Climate (campaign title)-Climate change-Climbing actions-Coal-Coal mining-Coal-fired power stations-Day-Greenpeace activists-Industrial structures-Outdoors-Toxic wasteShoot:Climate Action at Asheville Power Station USAAsheville Power Station uses the most destructive form of coal mining, mountain top removal, which is flattening mountains across Appalachia. Its coal ash ponds are designated ‘high hazard’ by the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency), meaning they are likely to kill people if they spill.