Police were called to Vattenfall's head office in Solna on Monday morning after the entrance was blocked by a 20 klimataktivister from Extinction Rebellion, who sang and held up banners with the requirement that the Waterfall should ”put down the coal-fired power plants”.
" It was a peaceful demonstration, they just sat there. We went down to discuss with them, but they were not interested in. As far as I understand they protested against our environmental objectives, " says Peter Stedt, Vattenfall's press office.
say that you had a dialogue with a Waterfall. In an email on Tuesday night, you write:
”We had many conversations with the employees, passers-by and police officers and invited people to participate in the meeting.”
At 09.30-time joined the demonstrators voluntarily from the site.
the Organization, which in a short time become large particularly in the Uk, requires, among other things, faster action against global warming.
speaking at a mass rally in London which was organised by the Extinction Rebellion before the climate summit in Poland.
the Organization has previously carried out an action in the centre of Stockholm, where we blocked the road junctions.
the Waterfall did not have much to say about the demonstration.
"Yes, we have no comments on it, it sometimes happens that groups demonstrating outside our offices," says Peter Stedt.
" We have our environmental objectives are clearly specified, many people know where we stand and it's environmental objectives which we believe. There are different opinions about it, of course, and they have the right to have their opinion.