Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Climate-Action-Projection-at-Centrale-Gelderland-in-Nijmegen--27MZIFL6IEWV.htmlConceptually similarClimate Action Projection at Centrale Gelderland in Nijmegen GP01JUZCompleted★★★★Climate Action Projection at Centrale Gelderland in Nijmegen GP01JUYCompleted★★★★Climate Action Projection at Centrale Gelderland in Nijmegen GP01JV0Completed★★★★Climate Action Projection at Centrale Gelderland in Nijmegen GP01JUWCompleted★★★★Climate Action Projection at Centrale Gelderland in Nijmegen GP01JUXCompleted★★★★Climate Action COP6 in RotterdamGP01GFBCompleted★★★★Climate Action Coal-Fired Power Plant E.ON at the Maasvlakte GP01JU8Completed★★★★Climate Action Coal-Fired Power Plant E.ON at the Maasvlakte GP01JU9Completed★★★★★★Climate Action Coal-Fired Power Plant E.ON at the Maasvlakte GP01JUACompleted★★★★View AllGP01JV1Climate Action Projection at Centrale Gelderland in Nijmegen Greenpeace projects at the Centrale Gelderland in Nijmegen the causes of CO2 emissions of coal-fired power plants on the climate. The projection in the smoke reads 'Stop CO2'.In original language:Klimaatactie Projectie op Centrale Gelderland in Nijmegen Greenpeace projecteert op de Centrale Gelderland in Nijmegen de gevolgen die de uitstoot van deze centrales op het klimaat hebben. In de rook wordt geprojecteerd 'Stop CO2'.Locations:Europe, West Europe-Gelderland-Netherlands-NijmegenDate:27 Aug, 2004Credit:© Greenpeace / Koen VerheijdenMaximum size:2160px X 1440pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Carbon dioxide symbol-Chimneys-Climate (campaign title)-Coal-Electrabel-Energy-Power Plant-Projection actions-PropsShoot:C02 Projection at Centrale Gelderland in NijmegenGreenpeace projects at the Centrale Gelderland in Nijmegen the causes of CO2 emissions of coal-fired power plants on the climate. The KNMI (Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute) expects that the amount of rain falling in August will break up the record. This month will probably be the wettest ever. The rainfall, but also the heavy storms elsewhere in the world, are phenomena that appear more often and become more violent with progressive climate change. The projection of Greenpeace shows that in the past months climate change has been responsible for major problems, like hurricanes in America, spring flood in Japan and floods in India, Nepal and Bangladesh. In the Netherlands the causes become also more visible. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the advisory of the United Nations, forecast that the sea level will rise the coming age with 55 cm. In the Netherlands we must invest in the construction of dykes to protect ourselves against the rising sea level. The Dutch government takes some measures, but they have little attention for the causes of climate change: the CO2 emissions. The coal-fired power plants can stay open for a longer period, while the production of green energy is stimulated too little. The 23-year old Centrale Gelderland of the Belgian electricity supplier Electrabel emits every year 2,3 million tonnes of CO2 and is jointly responsible for the climate change. Greenpeace urges electricity suppliers Electrabel, Essent, Nuon , Eneco and E.ON to run down the use of the coal-fired power plants and to invest in green energy.