Pig Iron Occupation, Sao Luis.

Image | May 29, 2012

Rainbow Warrior crew members and volunteers celebrate the end of the 6 hour occupation. The day after President Dilma failed to fully veto controversial changes to Brazil's ‘forest code Greenpeace activists occupy a pile of pig iron and industrial cranes in the port of Sao Luis. While a second team of climbers occupy a cranes onboard the 'Clipper Hope' cargo ship. The Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior is moored alongside the Clipper Hope cargo ship preventing it from loading pig iron.05/26/2012

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