Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Divers-in-Toxic-Outflow-Zone-of-Marsden-B-Coal-Fired-Power-Station-27MZIF3FDW0.htmlConceptually similarClimate Action Against Marsden B Power Station ConversionGP0GCSCompleted★★★★Climate Action Against Marsden B Power Station ConversionGP017SPCompleted★★★★Climate Action Against Marsden B Power Station ConversionGP0B7XCompleted★★★★Global Day of Action at Marsden BGP04QGXCompleted★★★★Activists Occupy Marsden B Coal Fired Power StationGP0IDYCompleted★★★★Raoni Hammer at Marsden B Power Station Occupation ActionGP015G5Completed★★★★Raoni Hammer at Marsden B Power Station Occupation ActionGP0URGCompleted★★★★Raoni Hammer at Marsden B Power Station Occupation ActionGP0103VCompleted★★★★Mal Wren is Arrested after Marsden B Power Station OccupationGP0XPHCompleted★★★★View AllGP055XDivers in Toxic Outflow Zone of Marsden B Coal Fired Power StationGreenpeace divers are in the toxic outflow zone of the proposed Marsden B Coal fired power station in Bream Bay, Ruakaka. If fired up the plant would flush sulphur dioxide and numerous other persistent toxins such as mercury directly into the sea. Greenpeace have occupied the roof of the Marsden B power station since the start of the entry into force of the Kyoto protocol on the 16th February, in protest against the conversion of the 'Marsden B' power station which is set to emit 2 million tonnes of climate changing carbon dioxide each year.Locations:Aotearoa-Bream Bay-Northland Region-Oceania-RuakakaDate:23 Feb, 2005Credit:© Greenpeace / Dave AbbottMaximum size:1500px X 958pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Banners-Climate (campaign title)-Diving-Energy-Fossil fuel (energy)-Greenpeace activists-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (campaign title)-One person-Signs-Underwater shotsShoot:Action against Marsden Coal Power Station in New ZealandA number of Greenpeace actions are staged against the proposed conversion of 'Marsden B' coal fired power station in New Zealand. Activists protest at the power station as well as places which will be directly affected by toxins from the power plant such as nearby beaches. The power plant is station set to emit 2 million tonnes of climate changing carbon dioxide each year.