Young activists decide to break the law to stop a mining company from dumping waste into a Norwegian fjord. On the top of an icy mountain, 80 youths chained themselves to mining drills to save the fjord, in what became the biggest civil disobedience action in Norway in 30 years. Norway, which proudly brands itself as a ‘green country’ and whose pristine fjords draw hundreds of thousands of tourists, is the only European country that allows sea dumping of tailings.
Short documentary (11 mins) produced by Differ Media, published by VGTV (available for subscribers only). Trailer by VGTV.