Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Plutonium-Shipment-Action-Los-Alamos-to-Cadarache-27MZIFLPQQ_Q.htmlConceptually similarPlutonium Shipment Action Los Alamos to CadaracheGP0HBXCompleted★★★★Plutonium Shipment Action Los Alamos to CadaracheGP0U90Completed★★★★Plutonium Shipment Action Los Alamos to CadaracheGP0QBTCompleted★★★★Plutonium Shipment Action Los Alamos to CadaracheGP09KECompleted★★★★Plutonium Shipment Los Alamos to Cadarache (USA/France)GP0VRUCompleted★★★★Plutonium Shipment Action Los Alamos to CadaracheGP06BLCompleted★★★★Plutonium Shipment Action Los Alamos to CadaracheGP010LICompleted★★★★★★Plutonium Shipment Action Los Alamos to CadaracheGP0C9ZCompleted★★★★Plutonium Shipment Action Los Alamos to CadaracheGP012KACompleted★★★★View AllGP0130CPlutonium Shipment Action Los Alamos to CadaracheGreenpeace activists in Provence region at péage toll booth handout information on plutonium transport convoy that will travel from La Hague to Cadarache, France. Greenpeace protests against the arrival of a shipment of 140kg of weapons-grade plutonium that has just arrived from Los Alamos (USA) via several locations on a UK-flagged commercial nuclear cargo ship, the Pacific Pintail. Greenpeace believes the shipment unnecessary and highly vulnerable to accidents or deliberate attack.Locations:Alpine Countries-France-ProvenceDate:4 Oct, 2004Credit:© Greenpeace / Michel Le MoineMaximum size:3008px X 2000pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Greenpeace activists-KWCI (GPI)-Nuclear (campaign title)-Plutonium-TrafficShoot:Nuclear Action in FranceGreenpeace protests against the transport of weapons-grade plutonium, from Los Alamos USA, which will travel to Cadarache nuclear facility north of Marseilles. The transport began in France after the arrival of UK-flagged commercial nuclear cargo ship, the Pacific Pintail, from Charleston, USA. Before reaching its final destination it will have travelled more than a thousand kilometres across France, passing by numerous highly populated communities. Greenpeace believes the shipment is unnecessary and highly vulnerable to accidents or deliberate attack.