Greenpeace activists project the writing "Coal destroys our future" on the cooling tower of the lignite power plant Neurath near Grevenbroich, western Germany, Friday morning, Nov. 10, 2017 during the global climate meeting in nearby Bonn.
Greenpeace activists project the writing "Coal destroys our future" on the cooling tower of the lignite power plant Neurath near Grevenbroich, western Germany, Friday morning, Nov. 10, 2017 during the global climate meeting in nearby Bonn. dpa via AP Oliver Berg
Greenpeace activists project the writing "Coal destroys our future" on the cooling tower of the lignite power plant Neurath near Grevenbroich, western Germany, Friday morning, Nov. 10, 2017 during the global climate meeting in nearby Bonn. dpa via AP Oliver Berg

Climate activists stage protest at German coal-fired plant

November 10, 2017 03:04 PM

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