Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Action-at-Flamanville-Nuclear-Reactor-27MZIFI8GPYD.htmlConceptually similarAction at Flamanville Nuclear ReactorGP02DB8Completed★★★★Action at Flamanville Nuclear ReactorGP02DB9Completed★★★★Action at Flamanville Nuclear ReactorGP02DBACompleted★★★★Action at Flamanville Nuclear ReactorGP02DB2Completed★★★★Action at Flamanville Nuclear ReactorGP02DB4Completed★★★★Action at Flamanville Nuclear ReactorGP02DB5Completed★★★★Action at Flamanville Nuclear ReactorGP02DB6Completed★★★★Action at Flamanville Nuclear ReactorGP02DB3Completed★★★★Nuclear Action at Construction Site of Proposed Water Reactor in FranceGP013KFCompleted★★★★View AllGP02DB7Action at Flamanville Nuclear ReactorA Greenpeace activist chained to a van during an action to halt construction at the site of the Electricité de France (EDF) proposed new European Pressurized Water Reactor (EPR). A sign on the van reads in French "Safe nuclear doesn't exist". The activists block the entrance to the site with a truck and occupy cranes, demanding an immediate end to construction at both Flamanville in France and Europe's other EPR sites calling the plants dangerous and uneconomic.Locations:Europe-Flamanville, Manche-FranceDate:2 May, 2011Credit:© Nicolas Chauveau / GreenpeaceMaximum size:2592px X 3888pxKeywords:Access blockade actions-Actions and protests-Construction-EDF (Electricité de France)-European Pressurized Water Reactor (EPR)-Greenpeace activists-KWCI (GPI)-Night-Nuclear (campaign title)-Nuclear power stations-One person-Unusual angle-VansShoot:Action at Flamanville Nuclear Reactor ConstructionGreenpeace activists halt construction at the site of the Electricité de France (EDF) proposed new European Pressurized Water Reactor (EPR). Activists block the entrance to the site with a truck and occupy cranes, demanding an immediate end to construction at both Flamanville in France and Europe's other EPR site at Olkiluoto, Finland, calling the plants dangerous, unnecessary and uneconomic all the more regarding the Fukushima disaster. Greenpeace also urges French government and Areva to cancel the EPR construction project in Penly (France) and to stop nuclear investments in Jaitapur (India).