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CLIMATECHANGE-NETHERLANDS/
RTX6T8BF
April 26, 2019
Red-hot steel plates pass through a press at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019....
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
Red-hot steel plates pass through a press at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden
Red-hot steel plates pass through a press at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April 3, 2019. REUTERS/Yves Herman
CLIMATECHANGE-NETHERLANDS/
RTX6T8BE
April 26, 2019
Smoke is seen coming out of a chimney at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019....
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
Smoke is seen coming out of a chimney at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden
Smoke is seen coming out of a chimney at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April 3, 2019. REUTERS/Yves Herman
CLIMATECHANGE-NETHERLANDS/
RTX6T8BD
April 26, 2019
A red-hot steel plate passes through a press at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3,...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
A red-hot steel plate passes through a press at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden
A red-hot steel plate passes through a press at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April 3, 2019. REUTERS/Yves Herman
CLIMATECHANGE-NETHERLANDS/
RTX6T8BC
April 26, 2019
Smoke is seen coming out of chimneys at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019....
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
Smoke is seen coming out of chimneys at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden
Smoke is seen coming out of chimneys at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April 3, 2019. REUTERS/Yves Herman
CLIMATECHANGE-NETHERLANDS/
RTX6T8BB
April 26, 2019
Red-hot steel plates pass through a press at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019....
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
Red-hot steel plates pass through a press at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden
Red-hot steel plates pass through a press at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April 3, 2019. REUTERS/Yves Herman
CLIMATECHANGE-NETHERLANDS/
RTX6T8BA
April 26, 2019
Smoke is seen coming out of a chimney at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019....
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
Smoke is seen coming out of a chimney at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden
Smoke is seen coming out of a chimney at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April 3, 2019. REUTERS/Yves Herman
CLIMATECHANGE-NETHERLANDS/
RTX6T8B9
April 26, 2019
A red-hot steel plate passes through a press at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3,...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
A red-hot steel plate passes through a press at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden
A red-hot steel plate passes through a press at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April 3, 2019. REUTERS/Yves Herman
CLIMATECHANGE-NETHERLANDS/
RTX6T8B7
April 26, 2019
Red-hot steel plates pass through a press at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019....
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
Red-hot steel plates pass through a press at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden
Red-hot steel plates pass through a press at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April 3, 2019. REUTERS/Yves Herman
CLIMATECHANGE-NETHERLANDS/
RTX6T8B6
April 26, 2019
Red-hot steel plates pass through a press at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019....
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
Red-hot steel plates pass through a press at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden
Red-hot steel plates pass through a press at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April 3, 2019. REUTERS/Yves Herman
CLIMATECHANGE-NETHERLANDS/
RTX6T8B5
April 26, 2019
Red-hot steel plates pass through a press at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019....
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
Red-hot steel plates pass through a press at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden
Red-hot steel plates pass through a press at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April 3, 2019. REUTERS/Yves Herman
CLIMATECHANGE-NETHERLANDS/
RTX6T8B4
April 26, 2019
Theo Henrar, Chairman of Tata Steel Netherlands, is seen at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
Theo Henrar, Chairman of Tata Steel Netherlands, is seen at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden
Theo Henrar, Chairman of Tata Steel Netherlands, is seen at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April 3, 2019. REUTERS/Yves Herman
CLIMATECHANGE-NETHERLANDS/
RTX6T8B2
April 26, 2019
Smoke is seen coming out of a chimney at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019....
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
Smoke is seen coming out of a chimney at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden
Smoke is seen coming out of a chimney at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April 3, 2019. REUTERS/Yves Herman
CLIMATECHANGE-NETHERLANDS/
RTX6T8B1
April 26, 2019
Metal coils are seen at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
Metal coils are seen at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden
Metal coils are seen at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April 3, 2019. REUTERS/Yves Herman
CLIMATECHANGE-NETHERLANDS/
RTX6T8B0
April 26, 2019
View of a chimney at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
View of a chimney at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden
View of a chimney at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April 3, 2019. REUTERS/Yves Herman
CLIMATECHANGE-NETHERLANDS/
RTX6T8AZ
April 26, 2019
Smoke is seen coming out of a chimney at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019....
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
Smoke is seen coming out of a chimney at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden
Smoke is seen coming out of a chimney at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April 3, 2019. REUTERS/Yves Herman
CLIMATECHANGE-NETHERLANDS/
RTX6T8AX
April 26, 2019
Metal coils are seen at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
Metal coils are seen at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden
Metal coils are seen at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April 3, 2019. REUTERS/Yves Herman
CLIMATECHANGE-NETHERLANDS/
RTX6T8AW
April 26, 2019
A worker is seen at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
A worker is seen at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden
A worker is seen at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April 3, 2019. REUTERS/Yves Herman
CLIMATECHANGE-NETHERLANDS/
RTX6T8AV
April 26, 2019
Smoke is seen coming out of chimneys at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019....
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
Smoke is seen coming out of chimneys at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden
Smoke is seen coming out of chimneys at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April 3, 2019. REUTERS/Yves Herman
CLIMATECHANGE-NETHERLANDS/
RTX6T8AU
April 26, 2019
Theo Henrar, Chairman of Tata Steel Netherlands, is seen at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
Theo Henrar, Chairman of Tata Steel Netherlands, is seen at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden
Theo Henrar, Chairman of Tata Steel Netherlands, is seen at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April 3, 2019. REUTERS/Yves Herman
CLIMATECHANGE-NETHERLANDS/
RTX6T8AS
April 26, 2019
Metal coils are seen at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
Metal coils are seen at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden
Metal coils are seen at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April 3, 2019. REUTERS/Yves Herman
CLIMATECHANGE-NETHERLANDS/
RTX6T8AQ
April 26, 2019
A worker is seen at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
A worker is seen at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden
A worker is seen at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April 3, 2019. REUTERS/Yves Herman
CLIMATECHANGE-NETHERLANDS/
RTX6T8AP
April 26, 2019
A red-hot steel plate passes through a press at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3,...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
A red-hot steel plate pases through a press at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden
A red-hot steel plate passes through a press at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April 3, 2019. REUTERS/Yves Herman
CLIMATECHANGE-NETHERLANDS/
RTX6T8AO
April 26, 2019
A red-hot steel plate passes through a press at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3,...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
A red-hot steel plate pases through a press at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden
A red-hot steel plate passes through a press at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April 3, 2019. REUTERS/Yves Herman
CLIMATECHANGE-NETHERLANDS/
RTX6T8AN
April 26, 2019
A worker is seen at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
A worker is seen at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden
A worker is seen at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April 3, 2019. REUTERS/Yves Herman
CLIMATECHANGE-NETHERLANDS/
RTX6T8AM
April 26, 2019
A worker is seen at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
A worker is seen at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden
A worker is seen at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April 3, 2019. REUTERS/Yves Herman
CLIMATECHANGE-NETHERLANDS/
RTX6T8AK
April 26, 2019
Red-hot steel plates pass through a press at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019....
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
Red-hot steel plates pass through a press at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden
Red-hot steel plates pass through a press at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April 3, 2019. REUTERS/Yves Herman
CLIMATECHANGE-NETHERLANDS/
RTX6T8AJ
April 26, 2019
A worker is seen at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
A worker is seen at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden
A worker is seen at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April 3, 2019. REUTERS/Yves Herman
CLIMATECHANGE-NETHERLANDS/
RTX6T8AH
April 26, 2019
A red-hot steel plate passes through a press at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3,...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
A red-hot steel plate pases through a press at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden
A red-hot steel plate passes through a press at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April 3, 2019. REUTERS/Yves Herman
CLIMATECHANGE-NETHERLANDS/
RTX6T8AF
April 26, 2019
A red-hot steel plate passes through a press at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3,...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
A red-hot steel plate passes through a press at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden
A red-hot steel plate passes through a press at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April 3, 2019. REUTERS/Yves Herman
CLIMATECHANGE-NETHERLANDS/
RTX6T8AE
April 26, 2019
A worker is seen at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
A worker is seen at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden
A worker is seen at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April 3, 2019. REUTERS/Yves Herman
CLIMATECHANGE-NETHERLANDS/
RTX6T8AD
April 26, 2019
A worker is seen at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
A worker is seen at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden
A worker is seen at the Tata steel plant in Ijmuiden, Netherlands April 3, 2019. Picture taken April 3, 2019. REUTERS/Yves Herman
DUTCH-ENVIRONMENT/FISHING
RTR2BG0N
March 10, 2010
German Minister of Agriculture and Environment Till Backhaus (L) points while talking to captain Horst...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
German Minister of Agriculture and Environment Backhaus points while talking to captain Heiland of the...
German Minister of Agriculture and Environment Till Backhaus (L) points while talking to captain Horst Heiland (R) of the German commercial fishing vessel 'Maartje Theadora' in Ijmuiden March 8, 2010. Germany's largest fishing vessel will leave the Netherlands this week, towed by a giant kite harnessing trade winds for South America that will help cut its fuel consumption by up to a third. The 15,000 tonne 'Maartje Theadora' is the first fishing vessel to use the system, in which a 160 square metre blue and white kite similar to a paraglider pulls the ship on a 300 metre rope, assisting its main engine. Picture taken March 8, 2010. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
DUTCH-ENVIRONMENT/FISHING
RTR2BEWD
March 09, 2010
A 160-square-meter kite is hoisted on Germany's largest fishing vessel called Maartje Theadora in Ijmuiden...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
A 160-square-meter kite is hoisted on Germany's largest fishing vessel called Maartje Theadora in Ijmuiden...
A 160-square-meter kite is hoisted on Germany's largest fishing vessel called Maartje Theadora in Ijmuiden March 8, 2010. The vessel will leave the Netherlands this week, towed by the giant kite harnessing trade winds for South America that will help cut its fuel consumption by up to a third. Picture taken March 8, 2010. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ENERGY)
DUTCH-ENVIRONMENT/FISHING
RTR2BEWC
March 09, 2010
A 160-square-meter kite is hoisted on Germany's largest fishing vessel called Maartje Theadora in Ijmuiden...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
A 160-square-meter kite is hoisted on Germany's largest fishing vessel called Maartje Theadora in Ijmuiden...
A 160-square-meter kite is hoisted on Germany's largest fishing vessel called Maartje Theadora in Ijmuiden March 8, 2010. The vessel will leave the Netherlands this week, towed by the giant kite harnessing trade winds for South America that will help cut its fuel consumption by up to a third. Picture taken March 8, 2010. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ENERGY)
DUTCH-ENVIRONMENT/FISHING
RTR2BEW5
March 09, 2010
A 160-square-meter kite is hoisted on Germany's largest fishing vessel called Maartje Theadora in Ijmuiden...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
A 160-square-meter kite is hoisted on Germany's largest fishing vessel called Maartje Theadora in Ijmuiden...
A 160-square-meter kite is hoisted on Germany's largest fishing vessel called Maartje Theadora in Ijmuiden March 8, 2010. The vessel will leave the Netherlands this week, towed by the giant kite harnessing trade winds for South America that will help cut its fuel consumption by up to a third. Picture taken March 8, 2010. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ENERGY)
DUTCH-ENVIRONMENT/FISHING
RTR2BEVZ
March 09, 2010
A 160-square-meter kite is hoisted on Germany's largest fishing vessel called Maartje Theadora in Ijmuiden...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
A 160-square-meter kite is hoisted on Germany's largest fishing vessel called Maartje Theadora in Ijmuiden...
A 160-square-meter kite is hoisted on Germany's largest fishing vessel called Maartje Theadora in Ijmuiden March 8, 2010. The vessel will leave the Netherlands this week, towed by the giant kite harnessing trade winds for South America that will help cut its fuel consumption by up to a third. Picture taken March 8, 2010. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ENERGY)
DUTCH-ENVIRONMENT/FISHING
RTR2BEVV
March 09, 2010
A 160-square-meter kite is hoisted on Germany's largest fishing vessel called Maartje Theadora in Ijmuiden...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
A 160-square-meter kite is hoisted on Germany's largest fishing vessel called Maartje Theadora in Ijmuiden...
A 160-square-meter kite is hoisted on Germany's largest fishing vessel called Maartje Theadora in Ijmuiden March 8, 2010. The vessel will leave the Netherlands this week, towed by the giant kite harnessing trade winds for South America that will help cut its fuel consumption by up to a third. Picture taken March 8, 2010. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ENERGY)
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4 PICTURES
NETHERLANDS
RTR1WIAP
January 31, 2008
A vessel passes wind turbines in a wind park 23 km (14 miles) off the
coast of Ijmuiden September 3,...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
A vessel passes wind turbines in a wind park off the coast of the Netherlands
A vessel passes wind turbines in a wind park 23 km (14 miles) off the
coast of Ijmuiden September 3, 2007. Offshore wind farms are likely to
appear more and more frequently off European coastlines as governments
seek to increase their use of renewable energy without angering their
citizens by placing giant turbines on their doorsteps. REUTERS/ Michael
Kooren (NETHERLANDS) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
DUTCH-FLOOD/PORT
RTX5MK
November 09, 2007
Huge waves pound the lighthouse in IJmuiden, The Netherlands. November 9, 2007. The North Sea coasts...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
Huge waves pound the lighthouse in IJmuiden
Huge waves pound the lighthouse in IJmuiden, The Netherlands. November 9, 2007. The North Sea coasts of the Netherlands and Britain faced their worst flood threat for decades on Thursday from a storm-driven tidal surge. REUTERS/Marco de Swart (NETHERLANDS)
ENERGY-DUTCH-WINDFARM/
RTR1TECW
September 03, 2007
A small vessel passes wind turbines in a wind park 23 km (14 miles) off the coast of Ijmuiden September...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
A small vessel passes wind turbines in a wind park off the coast of the Netherlands
A small vessel passes wind turbines in a wind park 23 km (14 miles) off the coast of Ijmuiden September 3, 2007. Offshore wind farms are likely to appear more and more frequently off European coastlines as governments seek to increase their use of renewable energy without angering their citizens by placing giant turbines on their doorsteps. REUTERS/ Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS)
ENERGY-DUTCH-WINDFARM/
RTR1TECT
September 03, 2007
A small vessel passes wind turbines in a wind park 23 km (14 miles) off the coast of Ijmuiden September...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
A small vessel passes wind turbines in a wind park off the coast of the Netherlands
A small vessel passes wind turbines in a wind park 23 km (14 miles) off the coast of Ijmuiden September 3, 2007. Offshore wind farms are likely to appear more and more frequently off European coastlines as governments seek to increase their use of renewable energy without angering their citizens by placing giant turbines on their doorsteps. REUTERS/ Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS)
ENERGY-DUTCH-WINDFARM/
RTR1TECS
September 03, 2007
A wind turbine, a transition piece (L) and a transformer station are seen in a wind park 23 km (14 miles)...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
A wind turbine, a transition piece and a transformer station are seen in a wind park off the coast of...
A wind turbine, a transition piece (L) and a transformer station are seen in a wind park 23 km (14 miles) off the coast of Ijmuiden September 3, 2007. Offshore wind farms are likely to appear more and more frequently off European coastlines as governments seek to increase their use of renewable energy without angering their citizens by placing giant turbines on their doorsteps. REUTERS/ Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS)
ENERGY-DUTCH-WINDFARM/
RTR1TECN
September 03, 2007
A transition piece and a transformer station are seen in a wind park 23 km (14 miles) off the coast of...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
A transition piece and a transformer station are seen in a wind park off the coast of the Netherlands...
A transition piece and a transformer station are seen in a wind park 23 km (14 miles) off the coast of Ijmuiden September 3, 2007. Offshore wind farms are likely to appear more and more frequently off European coastlines as governments seek to increase their use of renewable energy without angering their citizens by placing giant turbines on their doorsteps. REUTERS/ Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS)
ENERGY-DUTCH-WINDFARM/
RTR1TECK
September 03, 2007
Wind turbines are seen in a wind park 23 km (14 miles) off the coast of Ijmuiden September 3, 2007. Offshore...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
Wind turbines are seen in a wind park off the coast of the Netherlands
Wind turbines are seen in a wind park 23 km (14 miles) off the coast of Ijmuiden September 3, 2007. Offshore wind farms are likely to appear more and more frequently off European coastlines as governments seek to increase their use of renewable energy without angering their citizens by placing giant turbines on their doorsteps. REUTERS/ Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS)
ENERGY-DUTCH-WINDFARM/
RTR1TECG
September 03, 2007
Wind turbines are seen in a wind park 23 km (14 miles) off the coast of Ijmuiden September 3, 2007. Offshore...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
Wind turbines are seen in a wind park off the coast of the Netherlands
Wind turbines are seen in a wind park 23 km (14 miles) off the coast of Ijmuiden September 3, 2007. Offshore wind farms are likely to appear more and more frequently off European coastlines as governments seek to increase their use of renewable energy without angering their citizens by placing giant turbines on their doorsteps. REUTERS/ Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS)
ENERGY-DUTCH-WINDFARM/
RTR1TECC
September 03, 2007
A transition piece and a transformer station are seen in a wind park 23 km (14 miles) off the coast of...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
A transition piece and a transformer station are seen in a wind park off the coast of the Netherlands...
A transition piece and a transformer station are seen in a wind park 23 km (14 miles) off the coast of Ijmuiden September 3, 2007. Offshore wind farms are likely to appear more and more frequently off European coastlines as governments seek to increase their use of renewable energy without angering their citizens by placing giant turbines on their doorsteps. REUTERS/ Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS)
ENERGY-DUTCH-WINDFARM/
RTR1TEC5
September 03, 2007
A transformer station is seen in a wind park 23 km (14 miles) off the coast of Ijmuiden September 3,...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
A transformer station is seen in a wind park off the coast of the Netherlands
A transformer station is seen in a wind park 23 km (14 miles) off the coast of Ijmuiden September 3, 2007. Offshore wind farms are likely to appear more and more frequently off European coastlines as governments seek to increase their use of renewable energy without angering their citizens by placing giant turbines on their doorsteps. REUTERS/ Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS)
ENERGY-DUTCH-WINDFARM/
RTR1TEC2
September 03, 2007
A vessel passes wind turbines in a wind park 23 km (14 miles) off the coast of Ijmuiden September 3,...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
A vessel passes wind turbines in a wind park off the coast of the Netherlands
A vessel passes wind turbines in a wind park 23 km (14 miles) off the coast of Ijmuiden September 3, 2007. Offshore wind farms are likely to appear more and more frequently off European coastlines as governments seek to increase their use of renewable energy without angering their citizens by placing giant turbines on their doorsteps. REUTERS/ Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS)
ENERGY-DUTCH-WINDFARM/
RTR1TEBV
September 03, 2007
Wind turbines are seen in a wind park 23 km (14 miles) off the coast of Ijmuiden September 3, 2007. Offshore...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
Wind turbines are seen in a wind park off the coast of the Netherlands
Wind turbines are seen in a wind park 23 km (14 miles) off the coast of Ijmuiden September 3, 2007. Offshore wind farms are likely to appear more and more frequently off European coastlines as governments seek to increase their use of renewable energy without angering their citizens by placing giant turbines on their doorsteps. REUTERS/ Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS)
ENERGY-DUTCH-WINDFARM/
RTR1TEBU
September 03, 2007
Wind turbines are seen in a wind park 23 km (14 miles) off the coast of Ijmuiden September 3, 2007. Offshore...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
Wind turbines are seen in a wind park off the coast of the Netherlands
Wind turbines are seen in a wind park 23 km (14 miles) off the coast of Ijmuiden September 3, 2007. Offshore wind farms are likely to appear more and more frequently off European coastlines as governments seek to increase their use of renewable energy without angering their citizens by placing giant turbines on their doorsteps. REUTERS/ Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS)
ENERGY-DUTCH-WINDFARM/
RTR1TEBR
September 03, 2007
Wind turbines are seen in a wind park 23 km (14 miles) off the coast of Ijmuiden September 3, 2007. Offshore...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
Wind turbines are seen in a wind park off the coast of the Netherlands
Wind turbines are seen in a wind park 23 km (14 miles) off the coast of Ijmuiden September 3, 2007. Offshore wind farms are likely to appear more and more frequently off European coastlines as governments seek to increase their use of renewable energy without angering their citizens by placing giant turbines on their doorsteps. REUTERS/ Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS)
ENERGY-DUTCH-WINDFARM/
RTR1TEBI
September 03, 2007
Wind turbines are seen in a wind park 23 km (14 miles) off the coast of Ijmuiden September 3, 2007. Offshore...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
Wind turbines are seen in a wind park off the coast of the Netherlands
Wind turbines are seen in a wind park 23 km (14 miles) off the coast of Ijmuiden September 3, 2007. Offshore wind farms are likely to appear more and more frequently off European coastlines as governments seek to increase their use of renewable energy without angering their citizens by placing giant turbines on their doorsteps. REUTERS/ Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS)
ENERGY-DUTCH-WINDFARM/
RTR1TEBC
September 03, 2007
Wind turbines are seen in a wind park 23 km (14 miles) off the coast of Ijmuiden September 3, 2007. ...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
Wind turbines are seen in an offshore wind park off the coast of the Netherlands
Wind turbines are seen in a wind park 23 km (14 miles) off the coast of Ijmuiden September 3, 2007. Offshore wind farms are likely to appear more and more frequently off European coastlines as governments seek to increase their use of renewable energy without angering their citizens by placing giant turbines on their doorsteps. REUTERS/ Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS)
NETHERLANDS/
RTR1TE2P
September 03, 2007
Wind turbines are seen in a windpark 23 km (14 miles) off the coast of Ijmuiden September 3, 2007. REUTERS/...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
Wind turbines are seen in a windpark 23 km (14 miles) off the coast of Ijmuiden
Wind turbines are seen in a windpark 23 km (14 miles) off the coast of Ijmuiden September 3, 2007. REUTERS/ Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS)
DUTCH-WEATHER/STORM
RTR1LCSQ
January 19, 2007
Waves crash against the lighthouse of the port of IJmuiden in the Netherlands January 18, 2007. Gale-force...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
Waves crash against the lighthouse of the port of IJmuiden in the Netherlands
Waves crash against the lighthouse of the port of IJmuiden in the Netherlands January 18, 2007. Gale-force winds and heavy rains hit the Netherlands on Thursday, prompting travel warnings, school closures and forcing flight cancellations in what is expected to be the worst storm in years. REUTERS/Marco de Swart (NETHERLANDS)
DUTCH-WEATHER/STORM
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January 18, 2007
Waves crash against the lighthouse of the port of IJmuiden in the Netherlands January 18, 2007. Gale-force...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
Waves crash against the lighthouse of the port of IJmuiden in the Netherlands
Waves crash against the lighthouse of the port of IJmuiden in the Netherlands January 18, 2007. Gale-force winds and heavy rains hit the Netherlands on Thursday, prompting travel warnings, school closures and forcing flight cancellations in what is expected to be the worst storm in years. REUTERS/Marco de Swart (NETHERLANDS)
NETHERLANDS
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August 16, 2005
A visitor at "Sail 2005" looks through his binoculars to catch a glimpse of tall ships sailing into the...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
Visitor looks through binoculars to catch a glimpse of tall ships sailing into harbour of Ijmuiden.
A visitor at "Sail 2005" looks through his binoculars to catch a glimpse of tall ships sailing into the harbour of Ijmuiden, Netherlands, August 16, 2005. All eyes will be on the Stad Amsterdam as it leads the "Sail In" by more than 600 vessels into Amsterdam on August 17. The sailing event held every five years will include 57 tall ships from around the world, including a replica of the Dutch VOC ship Prince Willim, and is expected to draw some 2.5 million people. REUTERS/Michael Kooren MKN/mk
NETHERLANDS
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August 16, 2005
Visitors at "Sail 2005" crowd the harbour of Ijmuiden to catch a glimpse of the largest VOC ship in the...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
Visitors crowd the harbour of Ijmuiden to catch a glimpse of VOC ship "Prince Willim", Netherlands.
Visitors at "Sail 2005" crowd the harbour of Ijmuiden to catch a glimpse of the largest VOC ship in the world, the Prince Willim (background), Netherlands, August 16, 2005. All eyes will be on the 'Stad Amsterdam' as it leads the "Sail In" by more than 600 vessels into Amsterdam on August 17. The sailing event held every five years will include 57 tall ships from around the world, including a replica of the Dutch VOC ship Prince Willim, and is expected to draw some 2.5 million people. REUTERS/Michael Kooren MKN/mk
NETHERLANDS
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August 16, 2005
The clipper Stad Amsterdam (R) overlooks the harbour of Ijmuiden, a port in the northern part of the...
Ijmuiden, Netherlands
Clipper Stad Amsterdam overlooks harbour of Ijmuiden.
The clipper Stad Amsterdam (R) overlooks the harbour of Ijmuiden, a port in the northern part of the Netherlands, August 16, 2005. All eyes will be on the 'Stad Amsterdam' as it leads the "Sail In" by more than 600 vessels into Amsterdam on August 17. The sailing event held every five years will include 57 tall ships from around the world, including a replica of the Dutch VOC ship Prince Willim, and is expected to draw some 2.5 million people. REUTERS/Michael Kooren MKN/mk
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