Visual artist and freelance journalist.

Angela Oker-Blom

Visual artist and freelance journalist. Final Exam from the Accademia di Belle Arti, Art Academy in Rome, Italy. Studies in art history, philosophy and archeology at the University of Helsinki. Lives and works in Helsinki, with focus on existential issues and questions about uranium, environmental and sustainable lifestyle. Has actively followed and participated in the uranium and nuclear power debate in Finland.

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Articles by Angela Oker-Blom

  1. Finland – land of uranium

    The Decision-in-Principle (DiP) in 2002 to build a fifth nuclear power plant made Finland the center of attention when the nuclear power industry began to see its chances. Finland is the first country to have made a decision on final storage of nuclear waste. Finland is also the only Nordic country in which energy consumption is rising.

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