Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Action-at-Brataskogen-Forest-in-Sweden-27MZIFS8MR6.htmlConceptually similarAction at Brataskogen Forest in SwedenGP0KCBCompleted★★★★Action at Brataskogen Forest in SwedenGP0JUFCompleted★★★★Action at Brataskogen Forest in SwedenGP016SSCompleted★★★★Action at Brataskogen Forest in SwedenGP0BN2Completed★★★★Action at Brataskogen Forest in SwedenGP0Q8RCompleted★★★★Action at Brataskogen Forest in SwedenGP0183TCompleted★★★★Action at Brataskogen ForestGP0GRHCompleted★★★★Action at Brataskogen ForestGP0AKSCompleted★★★★Action at Brataskogen ForestGP01EHLCompleted★★★★View AllGP0JDEAction at Brataskogen Forest in SwedenIn the image, two GP members holding one of the banners used in the action with a police officer standing between them and a tractor. Greenpeace has been safeguarding the Swedish ancient forest for three weeks which is due for logging operations this morning. Locations:Brataskogen-Göteborg-Scandinavia-SwedenDate:14 Apr, 2002Credit:© Greenpeace / Dick GillbergMaximum size:2160px X 1440pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Ancient forests-Banners-Day-Domestic dogs-Forests (campaign title)-Greenpeace activists-KWCI (GPI)-Machinery-Outdoors-Police-Small group of people-Timber industry-VastskogShoot:Forests Action against Vastskog in SwedenGreenpeace activists guard the forest Brataskogen in Harryda, outside Gothenburg. After a couple of weeks, the company Vastskog started to log, and several teams of Greenpeace activists try to stop the logging a number of times. The area was once owned by the Swedish state church and their decision to sell it created a lot of attention, since it was considered as a forest worth protecting. During the action, Naturhistoriska Museet i Goteborg made a joint statement with Greenpeace and Svenska Naturskyddsforeningen to protect the forest.