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AAG Protests Against Italy's Green Light for Gas Terminals

Ljubljana, 24 July - The environmental NGO Alpe Adria Green (AAG) argued on Saturday against Italy's issuing an environment permit for the construction of an off-shore gas terminal in the Gulf of Trieste and a gas pipeline Trieste-Grado-Villesse, reasoning that both would present a threat to the environment and the population in the area.

Ljubljana
The environmental NGO Alpe Adria Green hosts a press conference to present Italy's documentation on the construction of gas terminals in the Gulf of Trieste and in Aquilinia after Italy issued an environmental permit for the terminals and the pipeline.
Photo: Nebojsa Tejic/STA

Ljubljana
The environmental NGO Alpe Adria Green hosts a press conference to present Italy's documentation on the construction of gas terminals in the Gulf of Trieste and in Aquilinia after Italy issued an environmental permit for the terminals and the pipeline.
Photo: Nebojsa Tejic/STA

Ljubljana
The environmental NGO Alpe Adria Green hosts a press conference to present Italy's documentation on the construction of gas terminals in the Gulf of Trieste and in Aquilinia after Italy issued an environmental permit for the terminals and the pipeline.
Photo: Nebojsa Tejic/STA

Ljubljana
The environmental NGO Alpe Adria Green hosts a press conference to present Italy's documentation on the construction of gas terminals in the Gulf of Trieste and in Aquilinia after Italy issued an environmental permit for the terminals and the pipeline.
Photo: Nebojsa Tejic/STA

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