Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/Lignite-Mine-near-Poedelwitz-in-Saxony-27MZIFJJ70DTB.htmlConceptually similarLignite Mine near Poedelwitz in SaxonyGP0STQNHTCompleted★★★★Lignite Mine near Poedelwitz in SaxonyGP0STQNHWCompleted★★★★Lignite Mine near Poedelwitz in SaxonyGP0STQNHXCompleted★★★★Lignite Mine near Poedelwitz in SaxonyGP0STQNHYCompleted★★★★Lignite Mine near Poedelwitz in SaxonyGP0STQNHVCompleted★★★★Village Poedelwitz Near Lignite Open Pit Mining SchleenhainGP0STQLW6Completed★★★★Village Poedelwitz Near Lignite Open Pit Mining SchleenhainGP0STQLW7Completed★★★★Village Poedelwitz Near Lignite Open Pit Mining SchleenhainGP0STQLW8Completed★★★★Village Poedelwitz Near Lignite Open Pit Mining SchleenhainGP0STQLWACompleted★★★★View AllGP0STQNHSLignite Mine near Poedelwitz in SaxonyThe open-pit coal mine near Poedelwitz, Saxony in Germany at sunset. The mine belongs to the company Mibrag (Mitteldeutsche Braunkohlegesellschaft), which plans to destroy the village of Poedelwitz, to mine the ground beneath it for lignite.In original language:Braunkohle Tagebau bei Poedelwitz in SachsenBraunkohle Tagebau in der Naehe von Poedelwitz in Sachsen. Die Firma Mibrag (Mitteldeutsche Braunkohlegesellschaft) plant, die Kohle unter dem Dorf Poedelwit abzubaggern und damit das Dorf zu zerstoeren.Locations:Europe-Germany-Poedelwitz-SaxonyDate:27 Mar, 2017Credit:© Gordon Welters / GreenpeaceMaximum size:6550px X 4367pxKeywords:Climate (campaign title)-Coal-Coal mines-Coal mining-Cooling towers-Evening-Industrial landscapes-KWCI (GPI)-Lignite-Machinery-Mining-Mitteldeutsche Braunkohlengesellschaft mbH (MIBRAG)-Open-pit mining-Outdoors-Steam-SunsetsShoot:Activists Repair Houses Damaged by Mibrag in SaxonyGreenpeace environmental activists help to fix holes in damaged houses in the village of Poedelwitz in Saxony, Germany. The company Mibrag took material probes from the walls of seven houses to determine their age, leaving holes that are detrimental to their structures. The village is under threat of being demolished as the coal mining consortium Mibrag plans to mine the coal which lies beneath its grounds. The action is a part of the international anti-coal movement 'Break Free'.