Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Climate-Light-Bulbs-Action-in-Dublin-27MZIFLYSD9N.htmlConceptually similarClimate Light Bulbs Action in DublinGP01HB8Completed★★★★★★Climate Light Bulbs Action in DublinGP01HBACompleted★★★★★★★'Unfriend Coal' Facebook in DublinGP02CSHCompleted★★★★Climate Light Bulbs Action in DublinGP01HB9Completed★★★★Climate Action to Ban the Bulb in IrelandGP018MOCompleted★★★★Climate Action to Ban the Bulb in IrelandGP018SACompleted★★★★Climate Action to Ban the Bulb in IrelandGP019JZCompleted★★★★Philips Incandescent Light Bulb and CFLsGP01I1KCompleted★★★★Climate Action to Ban the Bulb in IrelandGP018TLCompleted★★★★★★View AllGP01HB7Climate Light Bulbs Action in DublinArchitect and broadcaster Duncan Stewart stands with a Greenpeace volunteer holding a 6 ft incandescent light bulb cut-out saying "How many years does it take to change a light bulb?" during an activity to raise awareness on energy efficiency. Locations:Dublin-Ireland-Western EuropeDate:28 Nov, 2007Credit:© Greenpeace / Martin MaherMaximum size:1400px X 2100pxKeywords:Celebrities-Climate (campaign title)-Day-Energy-Energy efficiency-Greenpeace volunteers-KWCI (GPI)-Light bulbs-Men-Outdoors-Props-Public engagement-Signs-Two people-WomenShoot:Climate Lightbulbs Action in DublinGreenpeace volunteers hand out energy saving light bulbs. Greenpeace is calling on the Irish Government to take the lead in Europe by passing a law setting mandatory, ever-improving, efficiency standards for light bulbs by 1 January 2010. Incandescent light bulbs waste as heat up to 97 per cent of the energy they consume. As much as 15 per cent of Ireland's residential electricity demand could be saved by switching to energy saving light bulbs. Irish Government negotiators will be attending next week's UN climate conference, in Bali, Indonesia, which will be laying the foundation for extending the Kyoto Protocol – the only international climate treaty with legally-binding greenhouse gas emissions targets.