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Shoot: Action against Akkuyu Nuclear Power Plant Project in Turkey

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Six Greenpeace activists unfurl a banner on a 177 m high building in the city of Mersin, the site of the planned first nuclear power plant in Turkey. The banner message in Turkish (“Nükleer pahaliya patlar”) has multiple meanings: "Nuclear is costly” and “Nuclear will explode”.
Greenpeace Turkey recently filed a court case against the Environmental Impact Assessment of the power plant, raising many arguments including the fact that the EIA report failed to acknowledge a number of issues including severe accidents and that the spent fuel (highly active nuclear waste) would have to be shipped along the Bosphorus strait, directly through the center of Istanbul, a megacity with 20 million inhabitants. 
Greenpeace demands that the EIA report of the planned NPP is cancelled and Turkey drops nuclear plans and invests in energy efficiency and renewable energy.
Action against Akkuyu Nuclear Power Plant Project in Turkey
24 Mar, 2015
Action against Akkuyu Nuclear Power Plant Project in Turkey
Action against Akkuyu Nuclear Power Plant Project in Turkey
24 Mar, 2015
Action against Akkuyu Nuclear Power Plant Project in Turkey
Action against Akkuyu Nuclear Power Plant Project in Turkey
24 Mar, 2015
Action against Akkuyu Nuclear Power Plant Project in Turkey
Action against Akkuyu Nuclear Power Plant Project in Turkey
24 Mar, 2015
Action against Akkuyu Nuclear Power Plant Project in Turkey
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