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Climate Iceberg Action on the River Seine in Paris 

Climate Iceberg Action on the River Seine in Paris 

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07/07/2009 
One day before the start of the G8 summit in Italy, Greenpeace activists demonstrate the impact of catastrophic climate change by floating a live-sized iceberg on the river Seine heading near the Lena bridge, two steps away from the Eiffel tower. The iceberg – with a height of 16 meters and a surface area of 12 by 22 meters - is designed to call upon French president Nicolas Sarkozy and his counterparts to start taking the lead on climate action during the G8 meeting of the eight richest and most polluting countries in the world. Within less than six months from the Copenhagen summit on climate change, they should commit to serious, binding emission cuts and a commitment to renewable energy. 
Climate Iceberg Action in Paris
07 July, 2009 
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