Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Climate-Action-Hot-Air-Balloon-in-The-Hague--27MZIFLTV1KF.htmlConceptually similarClimate Action Hot Air Balloon in The Hague GP01LKKCompleted★★★★Climate Action Hot Air Balloon in The Hague GP01LKMCompleted★★★★Climate Action Hot Air Balloon in The Hague GP01JS8Completed★★★★★★Climate Action Hot Air Balloon in The Hague GP01JS9Completed★★★★Climate Action COP6 placing Solar PanelsGP01OVXCompleted★★★★Climate Putin's Birthday Action in NetherlandsGP01FIGCompleted★★★★Climate Putin's Birthday Action in NetherlandsGP08FYCompleted★★★★Climate Putin's Birthday Action in NetherlandsGP010KKCompleted★★★★Climate Putin's Birthday Action in NetherlandsGP01E0LCompleted★★★★View AllGP01LKLClimate Action Hot Air Balloon in The Hague Greenpeace hot air balloon flies over The Hague with the banner message 'EU & Russia: Push Bush to beat the heat!'.In original language:Klimaatactie Luchtballon in Den Haag Greenpeace luchtballon vliegt over Den Haag met een banner, waarop staat 'EU & Russia: Push Bush to beat the heat!'.Locations:Europe, West Europe-Netherlands-The HagueDate:25 Nov, 2004Credit:© GreenpeaceMaximum size:1024px X 768pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Banners-Climate (campaign title)-Day-Energy-Global warming-Hot air balloons-KWCI (GPI)-Kyoto Protocol-Outdoors-PropsShoot:Climate Action Hot Air Balloon in The Hague the Netherlands Greenpeace calls on the EU and Russia to pressure Bush to sign the Kyoto Climate Treaty. During the international summit in The Hague they fly in a hot air balloon with the banner message 'EU & Russia: Push Bush to beat the heat!'. The balloon itself has the shape of the earth with the texts 'Save the Climate' and 'Stop Global Warming'. Half November Putin finally signed the Kyoto Treaty, as a result this will officially become valid on the 16th of February 2005. In the Kyoto Climate Treaty the industrial countries have agreed to lower the emissions of greenhouse gases and to stop the global warming. Greenpeace wants that the United States, responsible for about one quarter of the worldwide CO2 emissions, also signs the Kyoto Treaty.