Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Projection-Action-on-As-Pontes-Power-Station-27MZIFLTW7AC.htmlConceptually similarProjection Action on As Pontes Power StationGP01LI0Completed★★★★Projection Action on As Pontes Power StationGP01LI1Completed★★★★Projection Action on As Pontes Power StationGP01LI2Completed★★★★Projection Action on As Pontes Power StationGP01LI4Completed★★★★★★As Pontes Power StationGP01LGZCompleted★★★★As Pontes Power StationGP01LH0Completed★★★★★★Respol Oil Refinery in SpainGP035OACompleted★★★★★★Projection Action on Power Plant in GermanyGP031Q3Completed★★★★Projection Action on Power Plant in GermanyGP031Q4Completed★★★★View AllGP01LI3Projection Action on As Pontes Power StationGreenpeace activists project "Quit Coal, Save the Climate" in Spanish and English, onto the cooling towers of the As Pontes coal fired power plant in A Coruña. The plant consumes 20% of Spanish coal and is one of the most polluting power plants in Europe. The protest comes a week before the European Parliament votes on the EU's climate package, and the construction of over 50 coal plants in Europe. Greenpeace demands the EU votes for measures to block the construction of coal plants and cut greenhouse gas emissions by at least 30% by 2020. Locations:Europe, West Europe-Galicia-SpainDate:1 Oct, 2008Credit:© Greenpeace / Jiri RezacMaximum size:4368px X 2912pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Air pollution-Climate (campaign title)-Energy-Fossil fuel (energy)-KWCI (GPI)-Night-Power Plant-Projection actionsShoot:Arctic Sunrise Quit Coal TourThe Rainbow Warrior and the Arctic Sunrise took the clear message to "Quit Coal" to 11 Mediterranean and European countries ahead of crucial UN climate negotiations held in Poznan, Poland in December 2008. From Israel to Denmark, the tour highlighted that to save the climate, we have to end our dependence on coal, and adopt more clean energy solutions.