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'Toxic Tour' shames mining companies

London. Tue 28 Nov 2017



 Colombian activist Camila Méndez outside Paulson Europe LLP in Jermyn St

 

 They invest in AngloGold Ashanti, owners of the environmentally disastrous La Colosa gold mine in Cajamarca.

 

 'London is a Paradise of Parasites - FCA: De-list Vedanta' . The Paradise Papers implicated Glencore, Rio Tinto, Vedanta and others,

 

 A poster shows Alice Kazimura, Ugandan farmer, community leader and Chairperson of the Buliisa Women’s Development Association

 

 

 Protesters walk through the gardens in St James's Square

 but are stopped by security as they try to enter RIo Tinto plc

 and hold a short protest with speeches in the entrance

 

 

 

 before moving onto the pavement for a longer address on the activities of RIo Tinto

 

 

 It is getting dark as the walk towards Anglo American in Carlton House Terrace

 where a Colombian activist speaks

 

 

 

 

The protest seems about to finish, and I have to leave

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