Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Climate-Action-at-Coal-Terminal-in-Denmark-27MZIFLDC7Z8.htmlConceptually similarClimate Action at Coal Terminal in DenmarkGP01NNYCompleted★★★★Climate Action at Coal Terminal in DenmarkGP01NNZCompleted★★★★Climate Action at Coal Terminal in DenmarkGP01NO2Completed★★★★Climate Action at Coal Terminal in DenmarkGP01NOACompleted★★★★Climate Action at Coal Terminal in DenmarkGP01NO0Completed★★★★Climate Action at Coal Terminal in DenmarkGP01NO5Completed★★★★Climate Action at Coal Terminal in DenmarkGP01NOJCompleted★★★★Climate Action at Coal Terminal in DenmarkGP01NOGCompleted★★★★Climate Action at Coal Terminal in DenmarkGP01NOHCompleted★★★★View AllGP01NO1Climate Action at Coal Terminal in DenmarkThe Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior is alongside the 300 meter coal cargo ship Hanjin Imabari at the coal terminal Enstedværket where activists are carrying out a protest. The activists have climbed the crane and unfurled a banner reading "Quit Coal" stopping the unloading operation from the cargo ship carrying coal from South Africa to urge the Danish government to quit the use of coal, the most polluting of all fossil fuels and the largest single source of CO2 in the world.Locations:Aabenraa-Denmark-ScandinaviaDate:3 Dec, 2008Credit:© Greenpeace / Christian ÅslundMaximum size:2811px X 4214pxKeywords:Access blockade actions-Actions and protests-Banners-Cargo ships-Chimneys-Climate (campaign title)-Climbing actions-Coal-Greenpeace activists-Industrial cranes-Industrial structures-KWCI (GPI)-MY Rainbow Warrior II-OutdoorsShoot:Rainbow Warrior Quit Coal Tour in DenmarkThe Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior visits Denmark as part of the "Quit Coal" tour in the North Sea. The expedition takes place in the run-up to crucial United Nations climate negotiations in Poznan, Poland, in December. The aim of the tour is to promote renewable energy and encourage the countries to quit the use of coal. Coal is the most polluting of all fossil fuels and the largest single source of CO2 in the world. Currently, one-third of all carbon dioxide emissions come from burning coal.