Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Nuclear-Action-Champagne-at-CDA-Convention-in-Lisse--27MZIFLDA768.htmlConceptually similarNuclear Action Champagne at CDA Convention in Lisse GP01NBXCompleted★★★★Nuclear Action Champagne at CDA Convention in Lisse GP01NBYCompleted★★★★Nuclear Action Champagne at CDA Convention in Lisse GP01NBZCompleted★★★★Nuclear Action Champagne at CDA Convention in Lisse GP01NC0Completed★★★★Nuclear Action Champagne at VVD Convention in Amsterdam GP01NBUCompleted★★★★Nuclear Action Champagne at VVD Convention in Amsterdam GP01KZ1Completed★★★★Nuclear Action Champagne at VVD Convention in Amsterdam GP01KYWCompleted★★★★Nuclear Action Champagne at VVD Convention in Amsterdam GP01KZ2Completed★★★★Nuclear Action Champagne at VVD Convention in Amsterdam GP01KYXCompleted★★★★★★View AllGP01NBWNuclear Action Champagne at CDA Convention in Lisse Greenpeace activist, dressed like a waiter, serves a bottle with radioactive 'champagne', named 'champagne nucleaire', to party member Joop Wijn at the CDA convention in Lisse.In original language:Nucleaire Actie Champagne bij CDA Congres in Lisse Greenpeace actievoerder, gekleed als een ober, serveert een flesje met radioactieve champagne, genaamd 'champagne nucleaire', aan partijlid Joop Wijn op het CDA congres in Lisse.Locations:Europe, West Europe-NetherlandsDate:20 Nov, 2006Credit:© Greenpeace / Bas BeentjesMaximum size:4992px X 3328pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Climate (campaign title)-Conferences-Energy-Evening-Greenpeace activists-KWCI (GPI)-Nuclear (campaign title)-Nuclear waste-Politicians-PropsShoot:Nuclear Action Champagne at CDA Convention in Lisse the Netherlands Greenpeace activists, dressed like waiters, serve bottles with radioactive 'champagne', named 'champagne nucleaire', to the visitors at the conventions of the political parties VVD and CDA in the Netherlands. The bottles are filled with radioactive groundwater, pumped up at a leaking storage for nuclear waste in La Hague in France. This is the same location where the nuclear waste of the Dutch power station Borssele is dumped. The groundwater in La Hague is 20,000 times more radioactive than common groundwater. The same problem rises with the storage of nuclear waste in the French Champagne region. With this action Greenpeace wants to confront the CDA and VVD with the causes of their intention to move on with nuclear energy. In their election programs both parties are positive about nuclear energy and see it as solution for climate change, although there is no answer for the nuclear waste. They also claim that nuclear energy is necessary, because positive (clean) energy will not be able to provide the Netherlands with enough energy. The Energy Revolution Scenario produced by Greenpeace, the Institute of Technical Thermodynamics of the German Aerospace Center (DLR), the European Renewable Energy Council (EREC) and eleven research institutes, shows however that renewable energy, combined with efficiencies from the ‘smart use’ of energy, can deliver half of the world’s energy needs by 2050. The report demonstrates that the phasing out of nuclear power and massively reducing CO2-emissions is possible.