 Question 1: What is Tzeporah Berman calling for?

an end to clearcutting continued road building continued protest a moratorium on all unlogged valleys  Question 2: What does Bill Dumont say he wants? environmentalists to make a change environmentalists to come to the bargaining table workers to be hurt  Question 3: What does Percy Starr say? protestors are not helping them protestors are hurting the cause of his people all clearcutting should be stopped immediately allow the provincial government to fix the problem  Question 4: According to the reporter, at the time of this story, the forest industry was:. making a lot of money bargaining with Greenpeace suffering economically  Question 5: According to the report, how are protesters disrupting logging? by chaining themselves to trees by chaining themselves to machines by lying down on the road  Question 6: Who wants the protesters to stay on Roderick Island? Greenpeace Western Forest Products local native groups  Question 7: Tzeporah Berman says the impacts of the logging go beyond the boundaries of the Kitasoo First Nation. What do you think she means? more logging happens outside the Kitasoo territory places outside the Kitasoo territory are affected by logging inside it the boundaries of the Kitasoo territory are not large enough

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