Greenpeace Activist in Chile Tells it Like She Sees It

Ancient forests in the Patagonia region of Chile are threatened by
the Alumysa project, a series of hydroelectric dams and an aluminum
plant proposed by mining company Noranda, which would flood more than
24,700 acres.  The Greenpeace vessel Arctic Sunrise plied the waters
along the Chilean coast last week to raise awareness of the threat
and galvanize activism in local communities, and Meghan Houlihan was
on board, maintaining a website that documents the ship's tour and
writing daily dispatches.

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