Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/10-10-10-Global-Work-Party-in-Sweden-27MZIFI4USVQ.htmlConceptually similar10/10/10 Global Work Party in SwedenGP027F7Completed★★★★★★Action against Sweden’s Coal Power StationsGP02HTOCompleted★★★★Action against Sweden’s Coal Power StationsGP02HTPCompleted★★★★TTIP Protest in StockholmGP0STPD1ZCompleted★★★★TTIP Protest in StockholmGP0STPD1YCompleted★★★★TTIP Protest in StockholmGP0STPD20Completed★★★★★★TTIP Protest in StockholmGP0STPD25Completed★★★★TTIP Protest in StockholmGP0STPD1VCompleted★★★★TTIP Protest in StockholmGP0STPD1WCompleted★★★★★★View AllGP027FG10/10/10 Global Work Party in SwedenGreenpeace activists dressed up in sun, wind and water costumes thank people in the Stockholm subway for choosing public transport and invite them to participate in the other activities taking place at the central square.Locations:Scandinavia-Stockholm-SwedenDate:10 Oct, 2010Credit:© Christian Åslund / GreenpeaceMaximum size:2758px X 1835pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Climate (campaign title)-Crowds-Greenpeace activists-Humour-Indoors-KWCI (GPI)-Leaflets-Local population-Public engagement-Public transport-Theatrical costumes-TransportationShoot:10/10/10 Global Work PartyGreenpeace supports the biggest day of climate action ever, with more than 7,000 events in 188 countries happening as part of the 10/10/10 Global Work Party. The day has been organized by 350.org, a global network that advocates at local, national and international levels for bold climate action. 350 is the most important number in the world—it's what scientists say is the safe upper limit for carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Three years ago, after leading climatologists observed rapid ice melt in the Arctic and other frightening signs of climate change, they issued a series of studies showing that the planet faced both human and natural disaster if atmospheric concentrations of CO2 remained above 350 parts per million. Everyone from Al Gore to the U.N.’s top climate scientist has now embraced this goal as necessary for stabilizing the planet and preventing complete disaster.NOTE: Some photos are sourced from 350.org Flickr photostream. Images are freely available for editorial use and may be reproduced under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-Share Alike 3.0 license.