Friday, December 08, 2006

smelter protests of "aluminum invasion" reaches UK jointly with Iceland

They congregated for an emotionally charged 'funeral procession' and demonstration, to mourn the loss of the wilderness in Iceland/ The Kárahnjúkar where the American Aluminium giant ALCOA is building a series of large dams across the Icelandic wilderness (the last in Western Europe) to power one Aluminium smelter; and the rainforest and beaches in the Cedros Peninsula of Trinidad and Tobago.

Environmental activists and concerned citizens from across Britain, Iceland and Trinidad and Tobago converged on Sloane Square in London on Friday the 27th of October to protest against the aluminium invasion into these islands.

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