Brazilian anti-dam campaigner sacked

Brazilian anti-dam campaigner sacked

There are 2 comments on the Guardian Unlimited story from Nov 2, 2011, titled Brazilian anti-dam campaigner sacked. In it, Guardian Unlimited reports that:

The projected dam at Belo Monte in Brazil would be the third largest in the world, after the Itaipu dam, above, on the Brazil/Paraguay border and China's Three Gorges dam.

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Roblogger

Auckland, New Zealand

#1 Nov 3, 2011
Any project which benefits the wealthy at the expense of the environment is an obscenity; any project which benefits the wealthy at the expense of the environment and the people is genocide. And the politicians who let them do it?,they don't care about anything except votes today; tomorrow their children won't have a planet to live on.
Aracaju Sol

Seattle, WA

#2 Nov 8, 2011
So...the socio-environmentalist from NZ has spoken. Pray tell, you do have a solution for electrical needs in countries other than the island you live on, right? Just answer the question. Provide a solution. A VIABLE solution, not a bunch of solar panels (aid to warming) and wind-turbines (that kills the birds). Lemme guess, hobbits that use manual labor to walk around in circles to aid a turbine to supply electrical needs in a tropical climate. Oh wait, I forsee your reply: Exploitation of humans. NZ=Bunch of Gripes, No Solutions (even for their own country) and willing to spout socialist opinion at any opportunity. Tell me, are you "indigenous" to NZ, or are you still exploiting the native population and their extinction? Hmmm?

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