Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Logging-Road-27MZIFO8I72.htmlConceptually similarRoad on Chiloe IslandGP014X7Completed★★★★Truck with LogsGP03XLCompleted★★★★Truck with TimberGP020LCompleted★★★★Old Logging CampGP0GBGCompleted★★★★Logging Area after Forest FireGP014X8Completed★★★★Logging Area near Puerto de MonttGP0JFACompleted★★★★Area after Forest FireGP0JF9Completed★★★★Logging AreaGP0B6CCompleted★★★★Logged TreesGP06U3Completed★★★★View AllGP0UPYLogging RoadA logging road is being run into the forests in the South of Chiloe Island.Locations:Chile-Patagonia-South AmericaDate:3 Feb, 2004Credit:© Greenpeace / Daniel BeltráMaximum size:2048px X 3072pxKeywords:Aerial view-Day-Deforestation-Forests (campaign title)-Forests (topography)-Illegal logging-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Roads-Timber industryShoot:Documentation of Forests in Patagonia ChileA new aluminum smelter is planned to be built in Patagonia. The proposed smelter will produce approximately 440,000 tonnes of aluminum ingots a year. But it will pump more than 1.5 million tonnes of gaseous and solid waste into the atmosphere as a result, and require three hydroelectric plants and six new dams to power the energy draining project. Besides the immediate environmental impact, the Salmon and Trout Producers Association and local fishermen have also voiced their concerns about the plant's impact on the fishing industry. Patagonia is also a popular tourist destination, and the smelter plans are also putting the future of this industry at stake. About 10000 hectares of primary forest will be flooded if the Alumysa project is accepted.