Photo Essay: The people take the streets of Rio to say No! to the Greed Economy

Will Bennington reporting from the streets of Rio during the Cupula dos Povos/Alternative People’s Summit mobilization.  June 20th.

Brazilian President Dilma and Uncle Sam have gone green, and they are coming for you! Photo: Will Bennington

We don’t want more reforms to the system. We want a new civilization. Photo: Will Bennington

With the Green Economy, forests equal money. Danger in Rio+20. Photo: Will Bennington

Rio+20 in Reverse is a common theme amongst civil society, represented by this banner and the “backwards” marches that have occurred at the official summit space. Photo: Will Bennington

Stop the Belo Monte. Opposition to this mega-dam project is and the role mega-hydro plays in the green economy is abundant around the People’s Summit.  Photo: Will Bennington

Photo: Will Bennington

What’s a march in Rio without some Carnival? Photo: Will Bennington

Corporate assault on the planet at Rio+20. Photo: Keith Brunner

HIV Positive without housing. A bloc of women experiencing homelessness who are HIV positive. Photo: Will Bennington

One thought on “Photo Essay: The people take the streets of Rio to say No! to the Greed Economy

  1. Pingback: New Photo Essay from the Peoples’ March in Rio yesterday | Climate Connections

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