Permalink: https://www.media.greenpeace.org/archive/Protest-outside-BHP-Billiton-s-Annual-General-Meeting-in-Australia-27MZIFJ675MVQ.htmlConceptually similarProtest outside BHP Billiton’s Annual General Meeting in AustraliaGP0STPFA1Completed★★★★★★Protest outside BHP Billiton’s Annual General Meeting in AustraliaGP0STPFA6Completed★★★★Protest against BHP Billiton in AustraliaGP0STPF9WCompleted★★★★Protest against BHP Billiton in AustraliaGP0STPF9XCompleted★★★★Protest against BHP Billiton in AustraliaGP0STPF9YCompleted★★★★★★Protest against BHP Billiton in AustraliaGP0STPF9UCompleted★★★★Protest against BHP Billiton in AustraliaGP0STPF9VCompleted★★★★Action at BHP Billiton in MelbourneGP02EAGCompleted★★★★Action at BHP Billiton in MelbourneGP02EAHCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STPFA3Protest outside BHP Billiton’s Annual General Meeting in AustraliaActivists from Greenpeace Australia Pacific took part in a protest outside BHP Billiton’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) to demand justice for the thousands of victims of the mining waste spill that destroyed the historic Brazilian town of Mariana in Minas Gerais state.Locations:Australia-Oceania-PerthDate:19 Nov, 2015Credit:© Damien Smith / GreenpeaceMaximum size:2403px X 3600pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Activists-Annual general meetings (AGM)-Banners-BHP Billiton-Climate (campaign title)-Day-Direct communications-Disasters-Greenpeace activists-KWCI (GPI)-Local population-Mining-One person-Outdoors-Signs-WomenShoot:Protest against BHP Billiton in Australia - #JustiçaParaMarianaGreenpeace protesters disrupted BHP Billiton’s Annual General Meeting to demand justice for the thousands of victims of the mining waste spill that destroyed the historic Brazilian town of Mariana in Minas Gerais state. The Germano iron mine, whose tailings (waste) dam failed on November 5th, is operated by Samarco - a joint venture co-owned by Australia-based BHP Billiton, the world’s largest mining company, and Brazil-based Vale S.A, one of the world’s five largest mining companies. Perth, Australia. Ativistas do Greenpeace interrompem a Reunião Geral Anual da BHP Billiton para exigir justiça para as milhares de vítimas da inundação de lama tóxica que destruiu a cidade histórica de Mariana, em Minas Gerais. A barragem de Germano, que rompeu no dia 5 de novembro, é operada pela Samarco - empresa controlada pela anglo-australiana BHP Billiton, a maior mineradora do mundo, e pela brasileira Vale SA, uma das cinco maiores do mundo. Perth, Austrália.