Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Prunerov-Power-Station-Climbing-Action-27MZIFLBL67D.htmlConceptually similarPrunerov Power Station Climbing ActionGP019C7Completed★★★★★★Prunerov Power Station Climbing ActionGP018ENCompleted★★★★★★Prunerov Power Station Climbing ActionGP019A7Completed★★★★Prunerov Power Station Climbing ActionGP019EOCompleted★★★★Prunerov Power Station Climbing ActionGP018C2Completed★★★★Prunerov Power Station Climbing ActionGP018LKCompleted★★★★Prunerov Power Station Climbing ActionGP018P1Completed★★★★Prunerov Power Station Climbing ActionGP019MZCompleted★★★★Climate Action at Prunerov Power StationGP0205ECompleted★★★★View AllGP018MJPrunerov Power Station Climbing ActionAn activist is at Prunerov Power Station as part of an action on Climate Change. Greenpeace activists climbed on top of the 300 metre-high chimney at the Power Plant today. From here they are operating a communications centre called 'Tady Bali!' (Here is Bali!). This calls on the Czech government, and nearly 200 other governments attending the UN climate talks in Bali, Indonesia, to end reliance on coal as a fuel.Locations:Central Europe-Czech Republic-PrunérovDate:7 Dec, 2007Credit:© Greenpeace / Kate DavisonMaximum size:3264px X 2448pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Chimneys-Climate (campaign title)-Climbing actions-Cooling towers-Day-Gloves-Greenpeace activists-Helmets-KWCI (GPI)-Men-One person-Outdoors-Protective clothing-Prunérov Power Station-SteamShoot:Prunerov Power Station Climate Action in Czech RepublicGreenpeace activists climb the Prunerov power station, one of highest chimneys in the Czech Republic, to press for governments to act on climate change.