Thursday, 9 June 2011

Belo Monte Dam

A dam the size of Wales is to be built in Brazil. The dam will harm fish stocks vital to 14 tribes that inhabit the Xingu National Park downriver, turn up to 90 miles (150 kilometers) of the river into stagnant puddles and displace as many as 40,000 people. The dam will flood 200 square miles (516 square kilometers) of rain forest.

Then consider all birds, animals, insect life and all of the plant life that will be destroyed forever in this amazonian rain forest area ?

I implore the readers of this blog to circulate this and speak with one voice by signing below

Petition to stop Belo Monte Dam -


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