Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Climate-Kyoto-Protocol-Bush-Action-DC-27MZIFITP76C.htmlConceptually similarClimate Kyoto Protocol Bush Action DCGP02FWICompleted★★★★Climate Kyoto Protocol Bush Action DCGP02FWMCompleted★★★★Climate Kyoto Protocol Bush ActionGP02FWKCompleted★★★★Climate Kyoto Protocol Bush Action DCGP02FWLCompleted★★★★Climate Kyoto Barbecue Action DCGP02GFLCompleted★★★★Climate Kyoto Barbecue Action DCGP02GFMCompleted★★★★Climate Kyoto Barbecue Action DCGP02GFNCompleted★★★★Climate Kyoto Barbecue Action DCGP02GFOCompleted★★★★Climate Kyoto Protocol Action DCGP02G8OCompleted★★★★View AllGP02FWJClimate Kyoto Protocol Bush Action DCGreenpeace activists protest President George W. Bush's withdrawal from the Kyoto Protocol outside the American Society of Newspaper Editors meeting. Two activists (Meghan Conklin, Santa Diego, CA, age 24 and Glenn Hurowitz, 22, Briarcliff Manor, NY) enact the President selling out to the oil and gas industry. Their banner reads: "George W. Bush: Polluter of the Free World."Locations:North America-United States of America-Washington, D.C.Date:5 Apr, 2001Credit:© Laura Lombardi / GreenpeaceMaximum size:1360px X 2048pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Air pollution-Banners-Climate (campaign title)-Day-Direct communications-KWCI (GPI)-Kyoto Protocol-Masks (costume)-Outdoors-Political concepts-Signs-Street theatre actions-Theatrical costumesShoot:Climate Kyoto Protocol Bush Action DCGreenpeace activists protest President George W. Bush's withdrawal from the Kyoto Protocol outside the American Society of Newspaper Editors meeting. This treaty, negotiated by more than 100 countries over a decade, calls for the 38 largest industrial nations to reduce their emissions of greenhouse gases by 2012 to 5.2 percent below the levels in 1990.