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rabble rousing for SOS Iceland

rampart | 19.04.2005 15:08 | G8 2005 | Ecology | Free Spaces | London | World

At the rampART - 15-17 Rampart Street, London E1 2LA
Friday 22nd from 8pm to 11pm

Fresh from the Festival of Dissent, two Iclandic activists have been touring the UK trying to raise support for a major campaign of direct action in Icland this summer after the G8.

This Friday (22nd) there will be a presentation of 'SOS Iceland' at the rampART social centre. Question and Answers, Screening and Islandic Music at the rampART Library (1st Floor). Food and Drink will be available as well. Find out how Icelandic nature is being pimped to the highest bidder and what you can do to stop it.

Vatnajokull is the biggest non-arctic glacier in the world and it intricate eco-system is in dangered by the construction of the giant Karahnjukar dam in the Icelandic Highlands - one of Europe's last surviving wildernesses. This can be prevented and you can help.

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Another S.O.S. Iceland talk/screening at Institute of Autonomy, Gower Street

20.04.2005 14:12

Those who can't make the S.O.S. Iceland talk/screening at RampArts on Friday will be able to catch them on 24. April, 19.30 hrs. at the Institute for Autonomy, 78 Gower Street, London WC1E. (Near Euston and Tottenham Court Road.)

Jenny Meltzer
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