On these days, daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., the Greenpeace Action Days will take place at the OZEANEUM. Museum guests can look forward to information on the topic "The sea is not an industrial area - what gas production off Australia has to do with us!".
The most climate-damaging project on the continent is currently being planned off the west coast of Australia: the Woodside corporation plans to destroy unique marine areas full of biodiversity for new natural gas production. The drilling, the construction of the infrastructure and the expected shipping traffic will put a strain on one of the most biodiverse marine regions in the world. Among others, whale species pass through the area on their annual migrations. They are threatened by shipping accidents and blow-outs, which can lead to large-scale poisoning of the sea with ship diesel and gas condensate. German corporations RWE and Uniper are enabling this because they want to buy the gas. Greenpeace demands to protect oceans & climate: get out of the reef!
Gain exciting insights into the work of the organization during talks and help to protect the oceans.
Admission: free additional activity as part of the museum visit.