Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Wind-turbines-in-Eemshaven-27MZIFJJXFL1O.htmlConceptually similarWind turbines in EemshavenGP0STQ8AHCompleted★★★★Activists Block Entrance to RWE Coal Plant in EemshavenGP0STQ8AACompleted★★★★Wind turbines in EemshavenGP0STQ8A4Completed★★★★Wind turbines in EemshavenGP0STQ8ACCompleted★★★★Wind turbines in EemshavenGP0STQ8AFCompleted★★★★Wind turbines in EemshavenGP0STQ8AICompleted★★★★Wind turbines in EemshavenGP0STQ8AJCompleted★★★★Wind turbines in EemshavenGP0STQ8AGCompleted★★★★Action at RWE Coal Plant in EemshavenGP0STQ8A8Completed★★★★★★View AllGP0STQ8AKWind turbines in EemshavenWind turbines in EemshavenIn original language:Windmolens in de EemshavenWindmolens in de EemshavenLocations:Eemshaven-Groningen-NetherlandsDate:7 Sep, 2016Credit:© Joris van Gennip / GreenpeaceMaximum size:6016px X 4016pxKeywords:Climate (campaign title)-Day-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Renewable energy-Silhouettes-Water-Wind energy-Wind turbinesShoot:Action at RWE Coal Plant in EemshavenIn Eemshaven, Greenpeace activists block the coal ship ‘Paquis’ which plans to unload coal from Russia for the largest coal-fired power plant in the Netherlands. The blockade is accomplished by stretching a rope above the water between two wind turbines on either side of the harbour and attaching three Greenpeace activists to the middle of the rope. Among the activists are the brand new executive directors of Greenpeace Netherlands: Anna Shoemakers and Joris Thiessen. The activists are hanging ten metres above the water, holding a banner with the message: "Coal: Gone with the Wind." Greenpeace calls on Dutch politicians to close all coal-fired power plants in the Netherlands without delay and fully embrace wind energy.