Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Climate-Action-at-NAM-Platform-near-Ameland-27MZIFLWP2I9.htmlConceptually similarClimate Action at NAM Platform near AmelandGP01KB2Completed★★★★Climate Action at NAM Platform near AmelandGP01KB4Completed★★★★Climate Action at NAM Platform near AmelandGP01KB3Completed★★★★★★Climate Action at NAM Platform near AmelandGP0V9ECompleted★★★★Climate Action at NAM Platform near AmelandGP01KB1Completed★★★★Climate Action at NAM Platform near AmelandGP01KB6Completed★★★★Climate Action at NAM Platform near AmelandGP01KB7Completed★★★★Activists Occupy NAM Platform and place Solar Panel GP01O6YCompleted★★★★Activists Occupy NAM Platform to Protest against Gas ExplorationGP01O6VCompleted★★★★View AllGP01KB5Climate Action at NAM Platform near AmelandGreenpeace activists climb the gas extraction location of the NAM at Ameland and paint the text 'Laat het Wad niet zakken' down the 15 metres high platform. The text translates to English as 'Don't let the Wad go down'. The Greenpeace ship Argus sails close to the platform.In original language:Klimaatactie NAM Platform bij Ameland Greenpeace actievoerders beklimmen de gaswinlocatie van de NAM bij Ameland en schilderen de tekst 'Laat het Wad niet zakken' op de wand van het vijftien meter hoge platform.Locations:Ameland-Europe, West Europe-Netherlands-Wadden SeaDate:1 Apr, 2004Credit:© Greenpeace / Sjoerd van DeldenMaximum size:2704px X 4064pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Climate (campaign title)-Climbing actions-Energy-Evening-Gas extraction platforms-Gasoline-Greenpeace activists-KWCI (GPI)-Marine pollution-MV Argus-Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij (NAM)-Oceans (campaign title)-Offshore drilling-Outdoors-Painting actions-Three peopleShoot:Action against Gas Extraction at NAM PlatformEarly in the morning three Greenpeace activists climbed on the gas extraction platform of the NAM (Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij) at Ameland. The climbers painted the text 'Laat het Wad niet zakken' on the 15 meter high platform. The text translates to English as 'Don't let the Wad go down'. The action is a protest against the leaked out advice of the commission-Meijer to allow the extraction of the wadden gas. The commission admits that there are threats for the Wadden Sea, but they don't give attention to the biggest threat of this nature reserve, namely gas extraction. Greenpeace urges the government to protect the Wadden against all activities that can affect this unique nature reserve, like cockle fishing, gas extraction, shipping, military exercises and climate change. Gas extraction will inevitable lead to subsidence. The risks attached to subsidence combined to the rise of sea level will be devastating for the nature reserve.