Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Nuclear-Energy-Demonstration-in-Den-Bosch--27MZIFLTCW2M.htmlConceptually similarNuclear Energy Demonstration in Den Bosch GP01LVVCompleted★★★★★★Nuclear Energy Demonstration in Den Bosch GP01LW3Completed★★★★Nuclear Energy Demonstration in Den Bosch GP01LW0Completed★★★★Nuclear Energy Demonstration in Den Bosch GP01LVXCompleted★★★★Delivery Nuclear Waste Barrels at Parliament in the HagueGP01LK7Completed★★★★Nuclear Energy Demonstration in Den Bosch GP01LVUCompleted★★★★Nuclear Energy Demonstration in Den Bosch GP01LVZCompleted★★★★Delivery Nuclear Waste Barrels at Parliament in the HagueGP01LK8Completed★★★★Climate Action Minister of Environment in The Hague GP01KRZCompleted★★★★★★View AllGP01LW2Nuclear Energy Demonstration in Den Bosch Greenpeace Climate & Energy campaigner Joris Thijssen demonstrates in front of the court in Den Bosch to protest against the plans of the government and the owner of Borssele, EPZ, to keep Borssele operational for a longer period of time. His sign is reading "Atoomenergie? Nee bedankt", which translates to English as "Nuclear Energy? No thanks". An employee of Borssele demonstrates against the closing of the nuclear power plant. In original language:Kernenergie Demonstratie in Den Bosch Greenpeace Klimaat & Energie campaigner Joris Thijssen demonstreert voor de rechtbank in Den Bosch tegen de plannen van de regering en de eigenaar van Borssele, EPZ, om Borssele langer open te houden. Op zijn bord staat "Atoomenergie? Nee bedankt". Een werknemer van Borssele demonstreert tegen de sluiting van de kerncentrale. Locations:Den Bosch-Europe, West Europe-NetherlandsDate:22 Jun, 2001Credit:© Greenpeace / Bas BeentjesMaximum size:1312px X 2000pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Banners-Climate (campaign title)-Day-Demonstrations-Energy-Greenpeace activists-Greenpeace campaigners-KWCI (GPI)-Nuclear (campaign title)-Outdoors-Props-Signs-Three peopleShoot:Nuclear Energy Demonstration in Den Bosch the NetherlandsToday the lawsuit about the closing date of the nuclear power plant Borssele takes place at the court in Den Bosch. Greenpeace and other environmental organisations demonstrate in front of the court to protest against the plans of the government and the owner of Borssele, EPZ, to keep Borssele operational for a longer period of time. Greenpeace finds this very irresponsible, because a nuclear power plant is an easy target for terroristic attacks and can never be protected for one hundred percent. In addition nuclear waste remains highly dangerous for 240,000 years and the nuclear reprocessing is disastrous for the environment and proliferation. Despite the pollution and international treaties that commit the Netherlands to store nuclear waste immediately, Borssele continues this polluting process. Greenpeace calls on the government to hold to the decision to close Borssele and to invest in sustainable energy like sun, wind and biomass. Some employees of Borssele also join the demonstration, they are against the closing of the nuclear power plant.