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Warship readjusted – Greenpeace protest against EU energy policy

Wednesday, 12/22/2021 3:28 PM from

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LA SPEZIA (dpa-AFX) – Environmental activists from Greenpeace have fitted a warship at the port of the northern Italian city of La Spezia to demonstrate against Europe’s energy policy. “Defend the climate – not fossil fuels” read a banner that the activists from Italy, Germany and Spain held up on their rubber dinghy on Wednesday when the Italian ship of Mary “Marceglia” passed by. Greenpeace protested against the funding of military missions that protect transport ships from West Africa with fossil fuels on board from pirates.

“Europe is wasting its resources defending oil (crude) and gas and the companies particularly responsible for fueling the climate emergency,” said Luca Iacoboni of Greenpeace Italy. Governments should rather put the money into renewable energy and energy efficiency.

Europe imports a large part of its raw materials from abroad for its energy needs. The “Marceglia” set out on the “Gabinia” mission to the Gulf of Guinea in West Africa at the beginning of September. According to the Navy, the region is important to Italy’s national interests. However, pirates threatened security in the region. In Nigeria, among others, the Italian energy giant Eni (ENI share) promotes and produces Petroleum and Gas./jon/DP/nas

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