Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/Uranium-Mine-Protest-in-Brazil-27MZIFL1ZA1X.htmlConceptually similarUranium Mine Protest in BrazilGP01YO4Completed★★★★Uranium Mine Protest in BrazilGP01YO5Completed★★★★Indústria Saturnia in BrazilGP04H6SCompleted★★★★Anti Nuclear Demonstration in BrazilGP02D3SCompleted★★★★Measuring Radiation in NigerGP01X6CCompleted★★★★★★Biodiesel Factory Candeias in BrazilGP0399VCompleted★★★★Biodiesel Factory Candeias in BrazilGP0399WCompleted★★★★Oil in the Northeast - Piracanga Community (Bahia)GP0STU9KWCompleted★★★★Anti Nuclear Demonstration in BrazilGP02D3RCompleted★★★★View AllGP01YO3Uranium Mine Protest in BrazilGreenpeace activists hold a banner reading "Contamination Area," at the gates of a uranium mine. The facility is operated by state-owned nuclear organisation, ‘Industrias Nucleares do Brasil’ (INB), or ‘Brazilian Nuclear Industries’ in English. A recent analysis discovered two locations of uranium contaminated water; one of the locations has radioactivity rates 40 times higher than the tolerable level for human beings.Locations:Bahia-Brazil-CaetitéDate:27 Jan, 2010Credit:© Lunae Parracho / GreenpeaceMaximum size:1778px X 1181pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Banners-Day-Gas masks-Gates-Greenpeace activists-KWCI (GPI)-Masks (protective)-Mines-Nuclear (campaign title)-Nuclear energy-Nuclear energy symbol-Nuclear radiation-Outdoors-Two people-Uranium-Uranium mines-Water pollutionShoot:Uranium Mine Protest in BrazilGreenpeace activists protest in front of a uranium mine operated by state-owned nuclear organisation, ‘Industrias Nucleares do Brasil’ (INB), or ‘Brazilian Nuclear Industries’ in English. The facility is INB's Caetité Unit. The activists hold banners stating "Contamination Area" at the gate of the mine. They also use red paint and stencils to label the facility with "Area de Contaminiacao." A recent analysis by the Institute of the State Government Water and Climate Management (Ingá) discovered two locations of uranium contaminated water; one of the locations has radioactivity rates 40 times higher than the tolerable level for human beings.