Your browser does not support this video. Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Climate-Action-Minister-of-Environment-in-The-Hague-27MZIF3QGPLO.htmlConceptually similarFree Joris Thijssen Action in the NetherlandsGP0STODDZCompleted★★★★Action against the new Cabinet-RutteGP0STOG0ECompleted★★★★Climate Action Wind Turbine at the Hofvijver in The Hague (Rushes 4)GP0STOGC1Completed★★★★Climate Action Wind Turbine at the Hofvijver in The Hague (Rushes 1)GP0STOGERCompleted★★★★Climate Action Wind Turbine at the Hofvijver in The Hague (Rushes 2)GP0STOGGXCompleted★★★★Climate Action Wind Turbine at the Hofvijver in The Hague (Rushes 3)GP0STOGHLCompleted★★★★Solarpanel Action Binnenhof The HagueGP0STOFKECompleted★★★★Dutch PM Changes Light Bulbs in The HagueGP0STOD00Completed★★★★'Save the North Sea' Message in the HagueGP0STP1XUCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STOGF0Climate Action Minister of Environment in The HagueGreenpeace offers a Minister of Environment at the Palace Huis ten Bosch in The Hague. Greenpeace Climate & Energy campaigner Joris Thijssen holds a banner reading "De Milieuminister meldt zich", which translates to English as "The Minister of Environment checks in".In original language:Klimaatactie Milieuminister in Den Haag Greenpeace biedt Milieuminister aan op Paleis Huis ten Bosch in Den Haag. Greenpeace Klimaat & Energie campaigner Joris Thijssen houdt een spandoek vast met de tekst "De Milieuminister meldt zich".Locations:Europe-Netherlands-The HagueDate:22 Jul, 2002Credit:© GreenpeaceDuration:3m47sProduction Type :NEWS ACCESSKeywords:Actions and protests-Arrests-Banners-Climate (campaign title)-Energy-Governments and Government organisations-Greenpeace campaigners-KWCI (GPI)-Police-Politicians-PropsShoot:Climate Action Minister of Environment in The Hague the Netherlands Greenpeace offers a Minister of Environment at the Palace Huis ten Bosch in The Hague. The new government has been installed there, but there was no Minister of Environment present. Greenpeace is dissatisfied with the fact that the Minister of Environment has been replaced by a State Secretary. This means that the Environment will not be represented in the Council of Ministers and the influence of the State Secretary is also less influential abroad. The coalition agreement of the new government leaves a lot to be desired. Measures for sustainable energy taken in the past years, like the ecotax, the closing of the nuclear power plant Borssele and incentives policy for green energy, are being reversed one by one.