Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Protest-Sign-against-Coal-Mining-in-Germany-27MZIF3CJ9BH.htmlConceptually similarProtest Sign against Coal Mining in GermanyGP0STOD8GCompleted★★★★Protest Sign against Coal Mining in GermanyGP0STOD8FCompleted★★★★Protest Sign against Coal Mining in GermanyGP0STOD8HCompleted★★★★Church in Coal Mining Area in GermanyGP0STOD8ICompleted★★★★Village Threatened by Lignite Mining in GermanyGP0STOD8UCompleted★★★★Lignite Open Pit Mining in the Lusatia RegionGP0STOD98Completed★★★★Demonstration against Lignite Mining in GermanyGP039B5Completed★★★★Demonstration against Lignite Mining in GermanyGP039BBCompleted★★★★Demonstration against Lignite Mining in GermanyGP039BCCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STOD8JProtest Sign against Coal Mining in GermanyProtest sign against brown coal open pit mining in front of the church in Atterwasch. Sign reads "Atterwasch stays!"In original language:Braunkohle Protestplakat in AtterwaschProtestplakat gegen Braunkohle Tagebau, vor der Dorfkirche in Atterwasch: "Unser Beitrag zum Klimaschutz: Atterwasch bleibt!"Locations:Atterwasch-Brandenburg-Europe-Germany-LausitzDate:16 May, 2014Credit:© Christian Mang / GreenpeaceMaximum size:4724px X 3150pxKeywords:Churches-Climate (campaign title)-Day-KWCI (GPI)-Lignite-Open-pit mining-Outdoors-Signs-Vattenfall-VillagesShoot:Lignite Open Pit Mining Action and Background in GermanyPeople protest against the catastrophic effects of Lignite (brown coal) open pit mining by forming a human chain in the village of Proschim near Cottbus, Germany. More than 350 activists from across Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic formed a protective circle around the village's centre and its church which are threatened by the diggers. The shoot includes images of lignite mining in the Lusatia region.