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Shoot: Climate Action with Ice Sculputes in China

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Greenpeace has placed 100 ice sculptures of children at the Temple of Earth in Beijing, symbolizing the disappearing future of the 1.3 billion people in Asia who are threatened with water shortages by the changing climate.
Made from glacial melt water from the source of Yangtze, Yellow and Ganges rivers, the melting sculptures mark the start of the 100-day countdown to the United Nations Copenhagen Climate Summit, and the launch of the Tck Tck Tck campaign, which is urging government to agree a fair deal at the Summit.
Climate Action with Ice Sculptures in China
28 Aug, 2009
Climate Action with Ice Sculptures in China
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Climate Action with Ice Sculptures in China
28 Aug, 2009
Climate Action with Ice Sculptures in China
Climate Action with Ice Sculptures in China
28 Aug, 2009
Climate Action with Ice Sculptures in China
Restrictions apply
Climate Action with Ice Sculptures in China
28 Aug, 2009
Climate Action with Ice Sculptures in China
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