Borroloola Clan Demonstrates at Glencore Offices

A group of traditional land owners from Borroloola in the Northern Territory demonstrates outside the Sydney offices of multinational company, Glencore, in protest of the polluting of the McArthur River from one of the world’s biggest zinc, lead and silver mines. 90% of fish stocks have reportedly been found with dangerously high levels of lead, and so these protesters brought with them evidence - poisoned fish all the way from Borroloola.
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