was a student on Investigative Research 2009 with David Miller. |+|
Miriam a in the mining and metals industry.
|−|From 2006 to 2008 she lived in Iceland and worked with direct action based campaign 'Saving Iceland' against the destruction of Iceland's wilderness (the largest and one of the last in Europe) by large dams and geothermal power plants to power aluminium smelters. Her particular interests are in greenwash, especially regarding large scale technological climate change solutions, and the mining and metals industry . She has published several articles in the Ecologist and New Renaissance magazine, as well as joint writing a chapter for an upcoming book on renewable energy in preparation for the COP15 summit. She currently works with the Poverty Truth Commission in Glasgow, and continues to support international struggles against aluminium mining and production, especially in Orissa, India. | |
Latest revision as of 10:44, 25 February 2012
Miriam is a freelance researcher particularly interested in the mining and metals industry.