Your browser does not support this video. Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Climate-Action-Smoking-Kills-E-ON-at-the-Maasvlakte-27MZIF33716G.htmlConceptually similarAction at Coal-Fired Power Plant E.ON in RotterdamGP0STOEBNCompleted★★★★Action at E.ON Coal Plant near Rotterdam - News AccessGP0STPZGTCompleted★★★★Climate Action Shareholders' Meeting Essent in Den BoschGP0STOGELCompleted★★★★Climate Action Coal-Fired Power Plants in GroningenGP0STOFHVCompleted★★★★Nuclear Action Borssele Power Plant in the Netherlands (Rushes 1)GP0STOGEQCompleted★★★★Nuclear Action Borssele Power Plant in the Netherlands (Rushes 3)GP0STOGGGCompleted★★★★Nuclear Action Borssele Power Plant in the Netherlands (Rushes 2)GP0STOFGCCompleted★★★★Arctic 30 Action at Shell Office and Sustainability Conference in RotterdamGP0STOGFECompleted★★★★Greenpeace Blocks Coal Harbour Rotterdam with "Icebergs"GP0STOEDFCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STOFJNClimate Action Smoking Kills E.ON at the MaasvlakteGreenpeace activists hang a large warning box on the outside of the coal-fired power plant of electricity supplier E.ON at the Maasvlakte. The text painted on the box reads 'Smoking Kills'.In original language:Klimaatactie Smoking Kills E.ON op de MaasvlakteGreenpeace actievoerders hangen een grote waarschuwingsbox aan de buitenkant van de kolencentrale van E.ON op de Maasvlakte. Op de box staat "Smoking Kills". Locations:Europe-Maasvlakte-NetherlandsDate:13 Jun, 2006Credit:© GreenpeaceDuration:36m23sProduction Type :RUSHESKeywords:Actions and protests-Banners-Climate (campaign title)-Climbing actions-Coal-Direct communications-E.ON-Energy-Greenpeace activists-KWCI (GPI)-Painting actions-Power stationsShoot:Climate Action Smoking Kills E.ON at the Maasvlakte in Rotterdam the NetherlandsGreenpeace activists hang a large warning box on the outside of the coal-fired power plant of electricity supplier E.ON at the Maasvlakte. The text painted on the box reads 'Smoking Kills', a warning against the devastating consequences of allowing coal-fired power plants to continue functioning in Europe. The text is similar to the warning you see on a package of cigarettes nowadays. With this action Greenpeace wants to urge the government to vote for sustainable energy and energy efficiency instead of giving space to new polluting coal-fired power plants. The government will debate about the climate and the Dutch energy policy on the 15th of June. A similar new coal-fired power plant E.ON is planning to build at the Maasvlakte will emit yearly more than 5,5 million tonnes of CO2. This will lead to more devastating climate change.