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Shoot: CASTOR Transport 2010 - Clipreel I

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Collection of Greenpeace anti-nuclear protests against the castor transports of nuclear waste from French Reprocessing Plant La Hague to the supposed-to-be final storage site at Gorleben in the Germany federal state of Lower Saxony via Lauterbourg on the French border and Kehl (German-French border). The environmentalists demand to take the containers to NPP (nuclear power plant) Philippsburg where the nuclear waste originally came from before transported to reprocessing plant in French La Hague. Instead of being carted all over Germany to a nuclear waste storage site that has not yet been approved, Greenpeace believes that the radioactive waste should be kept for intermediate storage at the NPPs.
Footage also includes: thermographic images showing the heat emitted by the nuclear waste inside the containers (see GP04PB8), Greenpeace climber activists action near Kehl, speech by Kumi Naidoo, Greenpeace International executive director at prelude anti-nuclear demonstration in Dannenberg, Lower Saxony

Statements André Böhling, Greenpeace Germany nuclear expert (in German and English), Pascal Husting, Head of Greenpeace France (in German), Tobias Riedl, Greenpeace Germany nuclear expert
Footage also includes: thermographic images showing the heat emitted by the nuclear waste inside the containers (see GP04PB8), Greenpeace climber activists action near Kehl, speech by Kumi Naidoo, Greenpeace International executive director at prelude anti-nuclear demonstration in Dannenberg, Lower Saxony
CASTOR Transport 2010 - Clipreel 1/2
5 Nov, 2010
CASTOR Transport 2010 - Clipreel 1/2
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