Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Surfers-Protest-Against-Marsden-B-Coal-Fired-Power-Station-Construction-27MZIFBGOTB.htmlConceptually similarSurfers Protest Against Marsden B Coal Fired Power Station ConstructionGP014YSCompleted★★★★Surfers Protest Against Marsden B Coal Fired Power Station ConstructionGP015YCCompleted★★★★Climate Action Against Marsden B Power Station ConversionGP017SPCompleted★★★★Climate Action Against Marsden B Power Station ConversionGP0GCSCompleted★★★★Activists Occupy Marsden B Coal Fired Power StationGP0IDYCompleted★★★★Climate Action Against Marsden B Power Station ConversionGP0B7XCompleted★★★★Activists Occupy Marsden B Coal Fired Power StationGP0TSICompleted★★★★Divers in Toxic Outflow Zone of Marsden B Coal Fired Power StationGP055XCompleted★★★★★★Global Day of Action at Marsden BGP04QGXCompleted★★★★View AllGP07XWSurfers Protest Against Marsden B Coal Fired Power Station ConstructionLocal Ruakaka group 'Surfers Against Sulphur' stage a protest on the beach below the proposed Marsden B coal fired power station. Slogans on their t-shirts read: 'Surfers Against Sulphur'. Greenpeace activists are on the roof of the power station in the fourth day of their occupation of the plant. The protest is against Mighty River Power's proposal to convert the power station into a coal fired power station. If converted the power station set to emit 2 million tonnes of climate changing carbon dioxide each year.Locations:Aotearoa-Northland Region-Oceania-RuakakaDate:19 Feb, 2005Credit:© Greenpeace / YoungMaximum size:2000px X 3008pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Beaches-Climate (campaign title)-Day-Energy-Fossil fuel (energy)-Greenpeace activists-KWCI (GPI)-Local population-Occupation actions-One person-Outdoors-Public engagementShoot:Action against Marsden Coal Power Station in New ZealandA number of Greenpeace actions are staged against the proposed conversion of 'Marsden B' coal fired power station in New Zealand. Activists protest at the power station as well as places which will be directly affected by toxins from the power plant such as nearby beaches. The power plant is station set to emit 2 million tonnes of climate changing carbon dioxide each year.