Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Nuclear-Action-at-Forsmark-Plant-in-Sweden-27MZIFI6GIPF.htmlConceptually similarNuclear Action at Forsmark Plant in SwedenGP023BHCompleted★★★★Nuclear Action at Forsmark Plant in SwedenGP023BICompleted★★★★Nuclear Action at Forsmark Plant in SwedenGP023BFCompleted★★★★Nuclear Action at Forsmark Plant in SwedenGP023BGCompleted★★★★Nuclear Action at Forsmark PlantGP023A4Completed★★★★Nuclear Action at Forsmark PlantGP023A5Completed★★★★Nuclear Action at Forsmark PlantGP023A1Completed★★★★Nuclear Action at Forsmark PlantGP023A0Completed★★★★Nuclear Action at Forsmark Plant in SwedenGP0239YCompleted★★★★View AllGP0239ZNuclear Action at Forsmark Plant in SwedenGreenpeace activists, some dressed as ‘renewable energy’ sources (solar, water and wind), on a truck prepare to enter the Forsmark nuclear plant to demand that the Sweden's parliament vote ‘No’, on June 17 to new nuclear reactors. Other activists are stopped by security staff. The historic vote may end Sweden’s current 30 year commitment to a nuclear phase-out.Locations:Europe-Forsmark-Scandinavia-SwedenDate:14 Jun, 2010Credit:© Christian Åslund / GreenpeaceMaximum size:4256px X 2832pxKeywords:Action preparations-Actions and protests-Banners-Confrontation-Day-Forsmark Nuclear Power Plant-Greenpeace activists-Industrial buildings-Industrial cranes-KWCI (GPI)-Medium group of people-Nuclear (campaign title)-Nuclear power stations-Outdoors-Police-Security staff-Theatrical costumes-TrucksShoot:Nuclear Action at Forsmark Plant in SwedenGreenpeace activists entered Sweden's Forsmark nuclear plant to demand that the Swedish parliament vote ‘No’ on June 17 to new nuclear reactors. The historic vote could end Sweden’s current 30 year commitment to a nuclear phase-out. The activists were dressed as renewable energy sources, such as the sun, wind and water and chained themselves at the entrance of the plant.