Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Climate-Action-Election-Meeting-CDA-in-Zwolle--27MZIFLWHOFI.htmlConceptually similarClimate Action Election Meeting CDA in Zwolle GP01KEUCompleted★★★★Climate Action Election Meeting CDA in Zwolle GP01KESCompleted★★★★Nuclear Action at CDA Convention in Amsterdam GP01KXTCompleted★★★★★★Nuclear Action at CDA Convention in Amsterdam GP01KXUCompleted★★★★Nuclear Action at CDA Convention in Amsterdam GP01KXVCompleted★★★★Nuclear Action at CDA Convention in Amsterdam GP01KXWCompleted★★★★Climate Action Offering Action Cards at E.ON in RotterdamGP01OBACompleted★★★★Climate Action Offering Action Cards at E.ON in RotterdamGP01OB6Completed★★★★Climate Action Offering Action Cards at E.ON in RotterdamGP01OB7Completed★★★★View AllGP01KETClimate Action Election Meeting CDA in Zwolle Greenpeace activists hang a banner reading "CDA: geef milieu een stem!", which translates to English as "CDA: give the environment a vote!" above the entrance of the conference hall in Zwolle. In original language:Klimaatactie Verkiezingscongres CDA in Zwolle Greenpeace actievoerders hangen een spandoek op boven de ingang van het congresgebouw in Zwolle met de tekst "CDA: geef milieu een stem!".Locations:Europe, West Europe-Netherlands-ZwolleDate:30 Nov, 2002Credit:© Greenpeace / Rainier IsendamMaximum size:3708px X 2472pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Banners-Climate (campaign title)-Climbing actions-Day-Energy-Greenpeace activists-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-PropsShoot:Climate Action Election Meeting CDA in ZwolleGreenpeace campaigns at the election meeting of the Dutch political party CDA in Zwolle. Two activists hang a banner above the entrance of the conference hall reading 'CDA: geef milieu een stem!', which translates to English as 'CDA: give the environment a vote!'. The political party presents its program for the coming elections on the 22th of January to the members. Greenpeace urges the CDA to put the environment higher on the agenda. The CDA states that it wants to take measures to prevent climate change, caused by CO2 emissions, but the present resigned government Balkenende chooses the wrong alternatives to achieve this. To meet the Kyoto obligations, the CDA wants to keep the nuclear power plant Borssele open for a longer period of time than the agreed closing date in 2003. A study by Intomart commissioned by Greenpeace shows that 89% of the Dutch population prefers wind energy above nuclear energy and 60% of the population doesn't see nuclear energy as clean energy. Because 1,2 million households have changed to green energy, we can conclude that the Dutch public really chooses for green energy. With this action and coming activities in the build-up to the elections Greenpeace calls on the new government to invest in sustainable energy and to close Borssele in 2003.