This weekend, Greenpeace plans to take the streets of 19 cities in Spain to demand the closure of nuclear plants in this country.
As indicated by the environmental organization, in a statement, the main objective will be to inform the public “about the dangers and serious difficulties” associated with the use of nuclear energy.
According to them, producing electricity in this way has shown “not be economically efficient and socially just, and environmentally acceptable.”
Among the cities visited are Barcelona and Girona, while local NGO groups will be present in another 17, such as Albacete, Almeria, Bilbao, Castellon, Palma de Mallorca and Zaragoza.
When completed a month since a serious accident in the Fukushima nuclear power plant, and approaching the sad 25th anniversary of the Chernobyl accident, today, added the NGO, is more urgent than ever to move clearly to a 100% renewable whose safety and technical and economic feasibility is already established.
Volunteers submitted to the concerned people the Top 10 Reasons to Say No to nuclear energy stating that energy alternatives are currently available to achieve a 100% renewable one.