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Projection on Machu Picchu Ahead of UN Climate Summit 

Projection on Machu Picchu Ahead of UN Climate Summit 

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11/30/2014 
Greenpeace activists project the message "Act for the Climate! Go Solar!" onto the hill of Huayna Picchu, above the Machu Picchu site, to mark the beginning of the end of coal- and oil-driven economies. The message is projected in six languages: English, Spanish, Portuguese, German, French and Hindi. As the UN climate summit begins in Lima, Greenpeace asks decision-makers attending the 20th session of Conference of the Parties (COP 20) to adopt a new course and lead us to 100% renewable energy for all by 2050. The climate summit convenes ministers of 194 countries for the annual Conference of the Parties to negotiate for the next 12 days the legally binding text that will become next year's Paris Protocol. It will provide an early insight into what we may expect from the agreement with regard to the long-term phase-out of coal-fired power plants, the rate of deployment of renewable energies, and the financial and technological support for vulnerable and least developed countries. 
Spanish Projection on Machu Picchu Ahead of UN Climate Summit
30 November, 2014 
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Portuguese Projection on Machu Picchu Ahead of UN Climate Summit
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Hindi Projection on Machu Picchu Ahead of UN Climate Summit
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German Projection on Machu Picchu Ahead of UN Climate Summit
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French Projection on Machu Picchu Ahead of UN Climate Summit
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English Projection on Machu Picchu Ahead of UN Climate Summit
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