Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/GE-Action-at-Ancona-s-Harbour-in-Italy-27MZIF38RZG.htmlConceptually similarGE Action at Ancona's Harbour in ItalyGP0SS3Completed★★★★GE Action at Ancona's Harbour in ItalyGP01DJZCompleted★★★★GE Action at Ancona's Harbour in ItalyGP08GMCompleted★★★★GE Action at Ancona's Harbour in ItalyGP0D9WCompleted★★★★GE Action at Ancona's Harbour in ItalyGP0VROCompleted★★★★★★GE Action at Ancona's Harbour in ItalyGP01D16Completed★★★★GE Action at Ancona's Harbour in ItalyGP0NCXCompleted★★★★GE Action at Ancona's Harbour in ItalyGP011KMCompleted★★★★★★★GE Action at Ancona's Harbour in ItalyGP0A3VCompleted★★★★View AllGP05RLGE Action at Ancona's Harbour in ItalyGreenpeace activist in red boiler suit viewed from behind chained to the gate of Cereol/Bunge, Ancona, Italy. In the background Italian police standing at a truck watching the scene. At the end of a week of non-stop action in Italy against the import of GE soya, Greenpeace activists chained themselves to the gate of Cereol/Bunge until the police physically removed them. Greenpeace demands the local authorities to tighten up their controls of cargoes that are bringing in 'double layer cargoes', ships that are carrying contaminated soya underneath a top layer of GE-free soya.Locations:Alpine Countries-Ancona-ItalyDate:17 May, 2004Credit:© Greenpeace / Andrea GuermaniMaximum size:2464px X 1648pxKeywords:Access blockade actions-Actions and protests-Chaining actions-Copy space-Day-Gates-Genetic engineering-Greenpeace activists-Harbours-Helmets-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Police-Rear view-SAGE (campaign title)Shoot:GE Actions in Harbours in ItalySeventy Greenpeace activists cordoned off the area of two companies, Docks Cereal and Eurodocks and displayed banners declaring 'Europe says no to GMOs' and 'No to GE Food'. They uncovered thousands of tonnes of Genetically Engineered (GE) soya in warehouses in the Italian port of Ravenna, Chioggia and Ancona. Recent samples taken from one of the warehouses have proven to be GE positive. Activists from Italy, Spain, Austria, Finland, Denmark and Norway were preventing any GE soya from leaving the facility and were taking further samples.