Activists of "Greenpeace" "occupied" chimney in the Czech RepublicBlog, Tuesday, August 23, 2011 18:52:14
Nine activists of the environmental organization Greenpeace embarked early this morning of the 30-meter chimney at the plant Prunerzhov II, near the Czech town of Chomutov. In protest, environmentalists have asked the Czech company CEZ to use green technology in the repair of the plant or be completely out of use until 2015.
This message states the organization, cited by BNR. Greenpeace activists plan to remain on the stack until Thursday. A similar protest was held the same chimney half a year ago. 11 Then environmentalists got back in December to protest against global warming. According to activists, this plant is one of the biggest polluters in the Czech Republic.
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