Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Fire-Fighters-Camp-in-Russia-27MZIFV2U0T7.htmlConceptually similarFire Fighters Camp in RussiaGP047SFCompleted★★★★Land after Forest Fire in RussiaGP047SWCompleted★★★★Volunteers and Forest Workers in RussiaGP047ROCompleted★★★★Fire Fighters Camp in RussiaGP048R1Completed★★★★Fire Fighters Camp in RussiaGP048QUCompleted★★★★Peat Forest Fire in RussiaGP047SLCompleted★★★★On the Train from Russia to GermanyGP047RVCompleted★★★★On the Train from Russia to GermanyGP047RXCompleted★★★★Fire Fighters Camp in RussiaGP047RYCompleted★★★★View AllGP047S6Fire Fighters Camp in RussiaGreenpeace banner in Russian demanding a general stop of slash and burn practice. Greenpeace Russia organizes a fire fighter camp in the Meschorski National Park to skill volunteers in recognizing and fighting fires in Russian forests and especially peat.In original language:Fire Fighter Camp in RusslandGreenpeace Banner fordert ein generelles Verbot von Brandrodungen. Greenpeace Russland organisiert ein Fire Fighter Camp im Meschorski Nationalpark, um Ehrenamtliche zu schulen, Waldbraende und Torfbraende zu entdecken und zu loeschen.Locations:RussiaDate:17 Jul, 2012Credit:© Daniel Müller / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5616px X 3744pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Banners-Camps-Day-Forests (campaign title)-Greenpeace volunteers-KWCI (GPI)-National parks-Outdoors-Slash-and-burnShoot:Fire Fighters Camp in RussiaGreenpeace Russia organizes a fire fighter camp in the Meschorski National Park to skill volunteers in recognizing and fighting fires in Russian forests and especially peat. They learn how to work with water hoses and wear fire protection clothes. They are observing the area and when they recognize a fire, they try to extinguish it.Two German volunteers, Sven Willner and Verena Mohaupt, spent two weeks in the camp.