Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/-Great-Climate-Wall-of-China--at-UNFCCC-27MZIFI5AV1W.htmlConceptually similar“Great Climate Wall of China” at UNFCCCGP02748Completed★★★★“Great Climate Wall of China” at UNFCCCGP02744Completed★★★★“Great Climate Wall of China” at UNFCCCGP02745Completed★★★★“Great Climate Wall of China” at UNFCCCGP0274ACompleted★★★★UNFCCC Climate Meeting in TianjinGP0273TCompleted★★★★UNFCCC Climate Meeting in TianjinGP0273UCompleted★★★★UNFCCC Climate Meeting in TianjinGP0273VCompleted★★★★UNFCCC Climate Meeting in TianjinGP0273WCompleted★★★★UNFCCC Climate Meeting in TianjinGP0273XCompleted★★★★View AllGP02746“Great Climate Wall of China” at UNFCCCUNFCCC Executive Secretary Christiana Figueres and Paul Horsman, TckTckTck Campaign Director, use a traditional Chinese stamp to make a mark on the “Great Climate Wall of China” in support of a collective action against climate change. The wall carries the message “I will act on Climate, will you?” and is composed of photographs submitted by thousands of people from China and around the world, confirming they are taking action in their homes and communities to cope with climate change and contribute their part to the global race towards a low carbon future.Locations:Asia-China-TianjinDate:4 Oct, 2010Credit:© Simon Lim / GreenpeaceMaximum size:4072px X 2712pxKeywords:Ceremonies-Chief executive officers (CEO)-Climate (campaign title)-Conferences-Day-Greenpeace campaigners-Indoors-KWCI (GPI)-Men-Props-tcktcktck (campaign title)-Two people-UNFCCC-WomenShoot:UNFCCC Climate Meeting in TianjinGreenpeace activists carry out a series of activities during the UNFCCC meeting in Tianjin, the last set of climate negotiations before the next major climate conference in Mexico in December. On the first day they arrive at the conference center dressed as divers, to symbolize the dangers of climate change and sea level rise. The day after they set up the “Great Climate Wall of China” carrying the message “I will act on Climate, will you?” and photographs submitted by thousands of people from China and around the world, part of a wave of action around the world this month, peaking on 10 October with the 10/10/10 global work party when people will join hands to tackle climate change in over 7,000 events in 180 countries. On the last day they place an iceberg model to highlight the danger of global warming and to call on governments to take constructive steps in the negotiations to tackle climate change.