Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Portrait-of-Stephan-Kurt-27MZIFLHWC8E.htmlConceptually similarPortrait of Stephan KurtGP01T9CCompleted★★★★Stephan Kurt and Stefan FüglisterGP01T9ACompleted★★★★Stephan Kurt and Stefan FüglisterGP01T9BCompleted★★★★Solar Energy Press Conference Portrait of Beda MoorGP020PPCompleted★★★★Solar Energy Press Conference Portrait of Doris SchüeppGP020POCompleted★★★★Solar Energy Press Conference Portrait of André KaufmannGP020PQCompleted★★★★Solar Energy Press Conference Portrait of Peter MartiGP020PRCompleted★★★★Forests Press Conference portrait of Kaspar SchulerGP01QPBCompleted★★★★Forests Press Conference portrait of Rene Ngongo MatesoGP01QP9Completed★★★★View AllGP01T9HPortrait of Stephan KurtStephan Kurt of the Oeko-Institut Darmstadt.In original language:Stephan KurtStephan Kurt (Oeko-Institut Darmstadt)Locations:Europe, East Europe, Alpine Countries-Switzerland-ZurichDate:17 Jan, 2003Credit:© Greenpeace / Ex-Press / David AdairMaximum size:1312px X 2000pxRestrictions:Images ok for use in all Greenpeace campaigns, products and brochures. NOT FOR ADVERTISING OR COMMERCIAL USE.Keywords:Indoors-KWCI (GPI)-People-Portraits-Press conferencesShoot:Nuclear Campaign Press Conference on the Risks of Human Error in ZurichThere is not much you can do to prevent human error in nuclear power plants. This is the conclusion of a recent study, which the German Eco-Institute has done on behalf of Greenpeace. At today's press conference, Greenpeace also presented a new website on the topic. Human error in nuclear power plants is always possible, also in Switzerland - because mistakes are a natural human attribute and unavoidable. But in nuclear power plants, mistakes can take the lives of hundreds of thousands of people. Therefore this subject is often discussed behind closed doors. But now, for the first time, the Eco-Institute Darmstadt has executed a recent study with a critical vision. The result is worrying.