3pm - 4:30pm
Series: Green City Week
At the headwaters of the Kvichak and Nushagak rivers in Bristol Bay, Alaska — the two largest remaining sockeye salmon runs on the planet — mining companies have proposed to extract what may be the richest deposit of gold and copper in the world. This multi-award-winning film documents the growing unrest among native, commercial, and sport fishermen who oppose the proposed Pebble Mine, as well as giving mine officials a chance to argue their case.
Red Gold is a portrait of a unique way of life that would not exist if the salmon didn't return with Bristol Bay's tide.
There will be a discussion of the film immediately following.
This event is open to students and staff of City University London and to the local community. Registration
For further details about other Green City Week (15-19 November 2010) events and activities, please see www.city.ac.uk/thepoint or email email@example.com.
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12.00am - 12.00amFriday 19th November 2010