Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Genetic-Engineering-Action-against-Nestle-in-Lausanne-27MZIFL7UGM1.htmlConceptually similarGenetic Engineering Action against Nestle in LausanneGP01VOVCompleted★★★★Genetic Engineering Action at Nestle HeadquartersGP0VQQCompleted★★★★Genetic Engineering Action at Nestle HeadquartersGP010K5Completed★★★★Genetic Engineering Action at Nestle HeadquartersGP0HAJCompleted★★★★★★Genetic Engineering Action at Nestle HeadquartersGP01CZYCompleted★★★★Genetic Engineering Action at Nestle HeadquartersGP01TCHCompleted★★★★Genetic Engineering Action at Nestle HeadquartersGP01TCICompleted★★★★Genetic Engineering Action at Nestle HeadquartersGP01TCJCompleted★★★★Genetic Engineering Action at Nestle HeadquartersGP01TCKCompleted★★★★View AllGP01VOWGenetic Engineering Action against Nestle in LausanneGreenpeace protests during the 130th Nestlé's General Annual Meeting at the Palais de Beaulieu in Lausanne: Over 50 activists arrived from various European countries who, dressed as 'guinea pigs', called upon the shareholders of the world's largest food company. They were holding signs reading "Natürlich - nicht Nestlé!", "Naturellement - pas Nestlé!" "Naturalmente - no Nestlé!". The international "guinea pigs" presented a written appeal to the shareholders.In original language:Gentechnik Aktion gegen Nestle in LausanneProtest an der 130. Nestlé-Generalversammlung im Palais de Beaulieu in Lausanne: Über 50 aus verschiedenen Ländern Europas angereiste AktivistInnen der Umweltorganisation Greenpeace appellierten heute Nachmittag als Versuchskaninchen verkleidet an die AktionärInnen des weltgrössten Lebensmittelkonzerns. Beim Hauptportal des Palais hängten Greenpeacer ein riesiges Transparent mit der Aufschrift: "Respect Life on Earth - Stop Genetic Manipulation". Darüber das weltbekannten Nestlé-Signet (Vogelnest), aus dem ein schauriges Ungeheuer - halb Vogel, halb Krake - herauskriecht.Locations:Alpine Countries-Europe-Lausanne-SwitzerlandDate:5 Jun, 1997Credit:© Greenpeace / Edouard CurchodMaximum size:1718px X 1159pxRestrictions:Images ok for use in all Greenpeace campaigns, products and brochures. NOT FOR ADVERTISING OR COMMERCIAL USE.Keywords:Actions and protests-Animal likeness-Animals-Banners-Conferences-Day-Food-Genetic engineering-KWCI (GPI)-Masks (costume)-Masks (protective)-Meetings-Nestlé S.A.-Outdoors-Recreational buildings-SAGE (campaign title)-Theatrical costumesShoot:Genetic Engineering Action during General Annual Meeting of Nestle in Lausanne SwitzerlandGreenpeace protests during the 130th Nestlé's General Annual Meeting at the Palais de Beaulieu in Lausanne: Over 50 activists arrived from various European countries (Italy, France, Germany, Austria and Switzerland) who, dressed as 'guinea pigs', called upon the shareholders of the world's largest food company. They were holding signs reading "Natürlich - nicht Nestlé!", "Naturellement - pas Nestlé!" "Naturalmente - no Nestlé!". Greenpeace attached a huge banner reading: "Respect Life on Earth - Stop Genetic Manipulation" and the famous Nestle logo with the bird's nest with, instead of a cute bird, a gruesome monster (half bird, half octopus) on the main entrance of the Palais. The international "guinea pigs", presented a written appeal to the shareholders. With the appeal Greenpeace calls upon the shareholders to exercise their responsibilities as funders of the world's largest food company towards consumers and the environment, and to ask the new CEO Peter Brabeck to stand up for natural and healthy, sustainably produced food, instead of focusing on the questionable, at most short-term results of genetic engineering.