Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Nuclear-Action-Against-Westinghouse-in-Austria-27MZIFIKMDY1.htmlConceptually similarNuclear Action Against Westinghouse in AustriaGP0256SCompleted★★★★Nuclear Action Against Westinghouse in AustriaGP0256MCompleted★★★★Nuclear Action Against Westinghouse in AustriaGP0256PCompleted★★★★Nuclear Action Against Westinghouse in AustriaGP0256NCompleted★★★★Action against Nuclear Plant Krsko in LjubljanaGP04QSACompleted★★★★Blockade of Nuclear Transport in SloveniaGP04QMFCompleted★★★★Blockade of Nuclear Transport in SloveniaGP04QMGCompleted★★★★Blockade of Nuclear Transport in SloveniaGP04QMICompleted★★★★Blockade of Nuclear Transport in SloveniaGP04QMJCompleted★★★★View AllGP0256QNuclear Action Against Westinghouse in AustriaGreenpeace protests against the acquisition of new steam generators for the nuclear power plant Krsko in front of the branch office of the US-nuclear-corporate Westinghouse in Ljublijana, Slovenia. On the roof the activists attach a banner that reads “Unterschreiben Sie jetzt! Sichere Alternativen statt unsicherer Westinghouse-Reaktoren!”, translated that means “Sign now! Safe alternatives instead of unsafe Westinghouse-reactors”, to call on the Slovenian people to sign the referendum about Krsko.In original language:Aktion gegen Westinghouse in LjubljanaLocations:Eastern Europe-Ljubljana-SloveniaDate:24 Apr, 1996Credit:© Greenpeace / Michael JohannMaximum size:3894px X 5971pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Banners-Commercial businesses-Die-ins-Greenpeace activists-Krško Nuclear Power Plant-KWCI (GPI)-Nuclear (campaign title)-Nuclear energy-Outdoors-RoofsShoot:Nuclear Action Against Westinghouse in AustriaGreenpeace die-in action in front of the branch office of the US-nuclear-corporate Westinghouse in Ljublijana, Slovenia. With this action Greenpeace protests against the acquisition of new steam generators for the nuclear power plant Krsko. Activists wear white make-up and black robes and stage a mass mortality to remind of the nuclear catastrophe in Chernobyl ten years earlier. On the roof the activists attach a banner with a message to call on the Slovenian people to sign the referendum on Krsko. Greenpeace demands to expand the safe energy alternatives in Slovenia instead of spending more than 120 million dollars for the exchange of the steam generators of the Krsko power plant.