Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Nuclear-Action-in-Finland-at-Olkiluoto-Reactor-27MZIF1TRG1.htmlConceptually similarNuclear Action in Finland at Olkiluoto ReactorGP02EMZCompleted★★★★Nuclear Action in Finland at Olkiluoto ReactorGP02EN0Completed★★★★Nuclear Action at Power Plant in OlkiluotoGP020BDCompleted★★★★Nuclear Protest Occupation at Olkiluoto 3 in FinlandGP0DW3Completed★★★★★★Nuclear Protest Occupation at Olkiluoto 3 in FinlandGP02H4XCompleted★★★★Nuclear Protest Occupation at Olkiluoto 3 in FinlandGP01511Completed★★★★Nuclear Protest Occupation at Olkiluoto 3 in FinlandGP0RDQCompleted★★★★★★★Nuclear Protest Occupation at Olkiluoto 3 in FinlandGP02H4YCompleted★★★★Nuclear Action at Power Plant in OlkiluotoGP020B7Completed★★★★★★View AllGP0TTMNuclear Action in Finland at Olkiluoto ReactorGreenpeace activists on inflatables from the MY Arctic Sunrise protest at the building site of the new nuclear reactor at Olkiluoto, Finland. The boat has a banner reading 'French Nuclear Disaster.' Ten activists manage to breach the security and land at the plant, drawing attention to the major safety violations committed during construction of the reactor.Locations:Europe-Finland-Nordic Countries-Olkiluoto Island-ScandinaviaDate:4 Apr, 2007Credit:© Greenpeace / Henna TahvanainenMaximum size:1800px X 1200pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Banners-Climate (campaign title)-Construction sites-Day-Greenpeace activists-Industrial cranes-KWCI (GPI)-Nuclear (campaign title)-Nuclear power stations-Occupation actions-Olkiluoto Nuclear Power Plant-Outdoors-Police-Rigid inflatable boats-Seas-WaterShoot:Nuclear Action at Olkiluoto Reactor in FinlandGreenpeace activists from the MY Arctic Sunrise protest at the building site of the new nuclear reactor at Olkiluoto, Finland, drawing attention to the major safety violations committed during construction of the reactor. The nuclear reactor project, Olkiluoto 3, has severe safety problems and its financing is being investigated by the European Commission because of suspected illegal state aid. The project is now 1.5 years behind the original timetable and has gone way over budget. The safety issues, costs and delays in construction demonstrate that nuclear energy cannot solve the impacts of power generation on climate change.