Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Balloon-Release-at-Darlington-Hearings-27MZIFV66QQM.htmlConceptually similarBalloon Release at Darlington HearingsGP04FKZCompleted★★★★Balloon Release at Darlington HearingsGP04FL3Completed★★★★Balloon Release at Darlington HearingsGP04FL0Completed★★★★Balloon Release at Darlington HearingsGP04FL1Completed★★★★Balloon Release at Darlington HearingsGP04FKXCompleted★★★★Balloon Release at Darlington HearingsGP04FKYCompleted★★★★Balloon Release at Darlington HearingsGP04FL4Completed★★★★Balloon Release at Darlington HearingsGP04FL5Completed★★★★Balloon Release at Darlington HearingsGP04FL7Completed★★★★View AllGP04FL2Balloon Release at Darlington HearingsGreenpeace activists deploy a weather balloon at the Darlington nuclear power hearings in Courtice, Ontario. The balloon is a demonstration of how far the radioactive fallout will travel in the event of an accident.Locations:Canada-Courtice-North America-OntarioDate:3 Dec, 2012Credit:© GreenpeaceMaximum size:3680px X 2456pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Balloons-Day-Global Positioning System Receiver (GPS)-KWCI (GPI)-Nuclear (campaign title)-Nuclear accidents-Nuclear energy-Outdoors-PropsShoot:Balloon Release at Darlington HearingsGreenpeace releases a weather balloon at the environmental assessment hearings on the future of the Darlington reactors to show the range of potential fallout. Ontario Power Generation (OPG) has asked the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) for approval to spend $8 – 14 billion to run the four Darlington reactors until 2055. The environmental assessment hearings ran from December 3rd to 6th, 2012. Greenpeace has repeatedly asked the CNSC to consider whether Ontario’s current emergency plans could cope with a large accidental radiation release, but it has refused.