Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Nuclear-Action-Referendum-Nuke-Free-Europe-in-Austria-27MZIFWHJXD.htmlConceptually similarNuclear Action Referendum Nuke-Free Europe in AustriaGP010KRCompleted★★★★Nuclear Action Referendum Nuke-Free Europe in AustriaGP0FTXCompleted★★★★Nuclear-Free Europe Action in AustriaGP0YODCompleted★★★★Nuclear-Free Europe Action in AustriaGP0HB3Completed★★★★Nuclear-Free Europe Action in AustriaGP0YOCCompleted★★★★Nuclear-Free Europe Action in AustriaGP0U8ICompleted★★★★Nuclear-Free Europe Action in AustriaGP0OB4Completed★★★★Nuclear Action at Press Conference Free Europe in AustriaGP014H1Completed★★★★Nuclear Action at Press Conference Free Europe in AustriaGP011KCCompleted★★★★View AllGP0ID4Nuclear Action Referendum Nuke-Free Europe in AustriaActivists outside the Austrian Ministry of the Interio with banners that read: 'Nuclear-free Europe' in German (Wiener, Steirer etc. on signs meaning the people from the nine austrian federal states, Vienna, Austria. Greenpeace handed out 9,987 support declarations from all federal states to the Austrian Ministry of the Interior. With these declarations Greenpeace submits a referendum for a nuclear-free Europe. Greenpeace demands a supplementary note to the Austrian constitution obliging the Austrian government to speak for a nuclear-free Europe in the European council.Locations:Alpine Countries-Austria-ViennaDate:4 Mar, 2003Credit:© Greenpeace / Kurt PrinzMaximum size:1440px X 2160pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Day-European Union (EU)-Flags-Government buildings-Greenpeace activists-KWCI (GPI)-Men-Nuclear (campaign title)-Outdoors-Small group of people-Symbols-Women-YellowShoot:Nuclear Action Referendum Nuke-Free Europe in AustriaShots include activists outside the Federal Offices building with banners that read: 'Steirer, Wiener (etc.) for a Nuclear-free Europe', Erwin Mayer and Axel Krotz at a table, behind them the banner, that read: 'Nuclear-free Europe'.