Your browser does not support this video. Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Protest-at-Eren-Energy-Coal-Power-Plant-in-Turkey-27MZIF3DQYJ9.htmlConceptually similarProtest at Eren Energy Coal Power Plant in TurkeyGP0STOKYVCompleted★★★★Protest at Eren Energy Coal Power Plant in Turkey - ENGGP0STOLI6Completed★★★★Protest at Eren Energy Coal Power Plant in Turkey - TurkishGP0STOLI7Completed★★★★Şenol Kayhan’s Story in Amasra, Turkey (WEB VIDEO - TURKISH SUBS)GP0STSWWZCompleted★★★★Şenol Kayhan’s Story in Amasra, Turkey (WEB VIDEO - CLEAN)GP0STSWX1Completed★★★★Şenol Kayhan’s Story in Amasra, Turkey (WEB VIDEO - ENGLISH SUBS)GP0STT2GBCompleted★★★★Fukushima Radiation Testing Clipreel 2011GP03U3VCompleted★★★★Painting Action on a Soy Cargo Ship in France - ClipreelGP1SVAHSCompleted★★★★Action at Sual Coal Fired Power Station in The Philippines - B-rollGP0STPNVXCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STOLN5Protest at Eren Energy Coal Power Plant in TurkeyClipreel with soundbites and action preparation activities that led to an action against the coal transport ship NBA Monet and the Eren Energy Coal Power Plant in Zonguldak, a province in Turkey with a large concentration of coal power plants resulting in high levels of air pollution. The Rainbow Warrior is currently on a 'Mediterranean Energy Tour', to campaign for a shift in energy investments away from fossil fuels towards renewable energy to help avert the worst impacts of climate change.Locations:Heybeliada-ZonguldakDate:10 Sep, 2014Credit:© GreenpeaceDuration:23m9sAudio format:NaturalProduction Type :CLIPREEL-SOUNDBITEKeywords:Action preparations-Actions and protests-Banners-Boats-Cargo ships-Climate (campaign title)-Coal-Coal-fired power stations-Coast guards-Confrontation-Day-Greenpeace activists-Greenpeace campaigners-Greenpeace crew-Greenpeace inflatables-KWCI (GPI)-MY Rainbow Warrior III-Outdoors-SprayingShoot:Rainbow Warrior Mediterranean Climate & Energy TourThe Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior travels throughout the Mediterranean region stopping in Spain, France, Italy, Croatia, Slovenia, Greece, Bulgaria, Romania and Turkey. Greenpeace is targeting a range of dirty fossil fuel developments across the region, from existing coal fired power stations to the growing plans for off shore oil drilling. Greenpeace is also supporting and engaging with the many active and vibrant communities that are fighting these fossil fuel projects and using the ship as a platform to promote our vision of a Europe that is not dependent on dirty fossil fuels.