Enviros and other activists are making plans to disrupt a September meeting of the World Economic Forum in Melbourne, Australia, in the spirit of the Seattle protests last year against the World Trade Organization. Green groups, including Friends of the Earth, are joining with labor activists and others concerned about the negative impacts of global free trade to protest outside the forum, a gathering of elite corporate leaders and high-powered policymakers. Next week, activists in the U.S. plan to make a big stink over related issues at the Democratic National Convention, which begins in Los Angeles on Monday. The Ruckus Society, founded a few years ago to protest logging the Pacific Northwest, has been training enviros and others in non-violent protest tactics to use in L.A.