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25Sep2010: Demonstration against Agrofuels

Just when you thought the unsustainability lobby had got as far as it can go, they find new routes to insanity...
Hack up tropical forests, turn them into palm plantations, get the (undeniably useful) oil and then... take it to the UK and burn it....
(please pass this on)
National Demonstration against Agrofuels
Saturday 25th September
Stop the unfolding catastrophe that is the explosive expansion of the agrofuel industry

At the site of the proposed new palm-oil burning, agrofuel power station at Portland in Dorset.

Coach from London leaves Kings Cross 9.00am, returns around 11.00pm. £13.50 return.
To book a ticket click here.

Coach from Bristol leaves 10.00 am.Prices between £15-20 depending on numbers, discount for students/unwaged. More info and to book contact Ian at

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The demonstration will be organised together with Biofuelwatch, Food not Fuel and a very strong local group, down in Dorset - NOPE (No Palm Oil Energy) see

There is a wave of proposed new agrofuel power stations sweeping the country. If we can stand up to them here, in Portland, we can stop this wave in its tracks..The headlong expansion of agrofuel (biofuels produced through intensive agriculture ) use threatens to destroy the world's remaining primary forsts, exacerbate the global food crisis and cause a massive increase in climate-destabilising emissions. Help us support the local residents down in Portland and make the battle to stop this plant the battle that wins the war against the disastrous expansion of the agfrofuel industry.

Provisional Timetable: 9.00 am: Bus leaves London for Portland
1.00 pm: Assemble for march
2.00 - 3.00 pm: Rally outside port gates (site of proposed plant)
3.00 pm: Workshops - including where next for Portland and the agrofuels campaign - and entertainment in local hall
8.00 pm: Bus sets off back to London.

Camping/crash space will be available overnight.