Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Climate-Ban-the-Bulb-Action-at-Mysore-Palace-27MZIFLR4P_U.htmlConceptually similarClimate Ban the Bulb Action at Mysore PalaceGP01I1LCompleted★★★★★★Climate Ban the Bulb Action at Mysore PalaceGP01I1OCompleted★★★★Climate Ban the Bulb Action at Mysore PalaceGP01I1PCompleted★★★★★★Climate Ban the Bulb Action at Mysore PalaceGP01I1QCompleted★★★★Climate Ban the Bulb Action at Mysore PalaceGP01I1MCompleted★★★★Philips Incandescent Light Bulb and CFLsGP01I1KCompleted★★★★Philips Incandescent Light BulbGP01HP6Completed★★★★Philips Incandescent Light Bulb GP01I1ICompleted★★★★Philips Compact Fluorescent Light BulbGP01I1JCompleted★★★★View AllGP01I1NClimate Ban the Bulb Action at Mysore PalaceGreenpeace stage a banner action at Mysore palace which uses over 96,000 incandescent light bulbs for its illumination. Locations:Asia-India-Karnataka-South AsiaDate:29 Jul, 2007Credit:© Greenpeace / Vinayak DasMaximum size:640px X 480pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Buildings-Climate (campaign title)-Electric light-Energy-KWCI (GPI)-Night-OutdoorsShoot:Climate Ban the Bulb Action at Mysore PalaceGreenpeace activists unfurl a banner reading 'Ban the Bulb' in front of the Mysore Palace. This is a protest aimed at phasing out inefficient lighting. The palace uses over 96,000 incandescent light bulbs for its illumination. It can save significant amount of electricity and carbon dioxide by switching to compact fluorescent lamps.