Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Climate-Glacier-Action-in-Italy-27MZIFVNMYZ.htmlConceptually similarClimate Glacier Action in ItalyGP0142ICompleted★★★★Glacier Comparison Trafoier Glacier in ItalyGP0STPEWCCompleted★★★★Glacier Comparison Suldenferner and End of the World Ferner Glacier in ItalyGP0STPEWFCompleted★★★★Glacier Comparison Suldenferner Glacier in ItalyGP0STPEW7Completed★★★★Glacier Comparison Madatschferner Glacier in ItalyGP0STPEWGCompleted★★★★Glacier Comparison Madatschferner Glacier in ItalyGP0STPEWMCompleted★★★★Glacier Comparison Zayferner Glacier in ItalyGP0STPEW8Completed★★★★Climate Documentation Morteratsch Glacier SwitzerlandGP01RN7Completed★★★★★★Climate Documentation Morteratsch Glacier SwitzerlandGP01RN8Completed★★★★★★View AllGP041JClimate Glacier Action in ItalyGreenpeace activists sunbath on the glacier of the Marmolada Mountain in the Dolomites Alps, North Italy to demonstrate the rise in temperature over the last 60 years. Due to temperature increase the glacier has retreated 650 meters in that period of time. Greenpeace is highlighting the effects of climate change prior to the start of the UN Conference on climate change in Nairobi, Kenya.Locations:Alpine Countries-Belluno-Dolomites (mountain range)-Italy-MarmoladaDate:22 Sep, 2006Credit:© Greenpeace / Alessandro VasariMaximum size:1500px X 1004pxKeywords:Climate (campaign title)-Global warming-Greenpeace activists-Mountains-Props-Public engagement-SnowShoot:Climate Action on Glacier in ItalyGreenpeace activists highlight the retreat of the glacier on Marmolada Mountain in the Dolomites Alps in Northern Italy. The glacier has retreated 650 meters in the last 60 years. Greenpeace is highlighting the effects of climate change prior to the start of the UN Conference on climate change in Nairobi, Kenya.