Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Forest-Demarcation-in-Finland-27MZIFIYBC4M.htmlConceptually similarForest Demarcation in FinlandGP02Z67Completed★★★★Forest Demarcation in FinlandGP02Z66Completed★★★★Forest Demarcation in FinlandGP02Z65Completed★★★★Forest Demarcation in FinlandGP02Z83Completed★★★★Demarcating Boundaries of Reindeer Forest in Arctic LaplandGP01D1PCompleted★★★★Anti Greenpeace SignGP0189MCompleted★★★★Demarcation signs on Boundaries of Reindeer ForestsGP06C5Completed★★★★Snowy Road in FinlandGP0STT1Q9Completed★★★★Snowy Landscape in FinlandGP0STT1QFCompleted★★★★View AllGP02Z64Forest Demarcation in FinlandDeep in an old growth forest in Nellim, Finland, Greenpeace activists from the Netherlands and Germany mount a sign reading "No Logging. Reindeer Forest Area. Reindeer Herding Act 2." The demarcation sign is placed on a boundary of reindeer forest at Paadarskaidi in the Inari municipality, northern Lapland, Finland.In original language:Markierung Schutzgebiet im Finnischen UrwaldGreenpeace Aktivisten und einheimische Sami markieren Schutzgebiet im finnischen Urwald . Auf dem Schild steht:"Keine Abholzung. Rentier-Wald, Rentier Herding Act.2 "Locations:Finland-Inari-Nellim-ScandinaviaDate:5 Mar, 2005Credit:© Patrik Rastenberger / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3072px X 2048pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Cold-Day-Forests (campaign title)-Forests (topography)-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Signs-Snow-Trees-Two peopleShoot:Forest Demarcation in FinlandDeep in an old growth forest in Nellim, Finland, Greenpeace activists from the Netherlands and Germany mount a sign reading "No Logging. Reindeer Forest Area. Reindeer Herding Act 2." In early March, Greenpeace established a Forest Rescue Station in one of the threatened reindeer forest areas to protest the ongoing destruction by Metsahallitus, the Finnish government's logging company and those paper companies that continue to buy this destruction.