Greenpeace Activists Become the Ministry of Environment to Denounce Coastal Act
July 18, 2012 | Green Tech
About thirty Greenpeace activists have become the entrance to the Ministry of Environment in a “private beach” to denounce the draft bill to amend the Coastal Act announced last Friday by the Government.
As reported by a spokesman of the NGO, the activists stayed at the entrance of the building, with sun loungers and parasols. They have also displayed a banner with the slogan “No to the Coastal Act Reform” and have added some questions to the ministry.
The Cabinet on Friday gave its approval to the draft bill to amend the Coastal Act, proposed by the Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Environment’s, Miguel Arias Cañete.