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Keywords:Ocean Rebellion. RWE. Open-Pit mine, Lutzerath, Germany. liquefied natural gas. LNG. Extinction Rebellion. Biodi
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Date taken22-Feb-23 13:02
Date modified24-Feb-23 22:26
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Camera modelNIKON D700
Focal length24 mm
Focal length (35mm)24 mm
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Ocean Rebellion. TU Delft. NO TO NODULES. Wednesday 22 February

Ocean Rebellion. TU Delft. NO TO NODULES. Wednesday 22 February

Technical University Delft Aula. Mekelweg 5, Netherlands. Wednesday 22 February, 2023. NO TO NODULES: Students from TU Delft, attend the ‘DELFT CAREER DAYS 2023!’ while an impromptu concert from Ocean Rebellions heavy metal band ‘Polymetallic Nodules’, warn of the dangers to the planet caused by ocean mining. Allseas and Deme: no friends of the ocean. NO TO NODULES. ‘On this TU Career days you will meet deep-sea miners Allseas and Deme – GSR, these two companies will treat you to a nice talk and career perspectives. Do not buy into their greenwashing stories! Their true intention is to earn money as quickly as possible, and a vulnerable ecosystem will pay the price. Deep-sea mining is a bad idea! Several countries spoke out against deep sea mining, a.o. Spain, France and Canada. More and more companies also join the list. A.o. BMW, Volkswagen, Renault, Google, Samsung and Philips do not want minerals obtained from deep-sea mining. Ocean Rebellion quotation.’ Image: Ocean Rebellions activist taping a large banner to a wall, and telling Shell ‘TO GET THE HELL OUT OF HERE’ during today’s ‘DELFT CAREER DAYS 2023!’. © Charles M Vella/Alamy Stock Photo