Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Climate-Winter-Olympics-Balloon-Utah-27MZIFITIN9V.htmlConceptually similarClimate Winter Olympics Balloon UtahGP02GFRCompleted★★★★Climate Winter Olympics Balloon UtahGP02GFPCompleted★★★★Climate Winter Olympics Balloon UtahGP02GFVCompleted★★★★World Energy Day San FranciscoGP03D1JCompleted★★★★World Energy Day San FranciscoGP03D1KCompleted★★★★Rolling Sunlight Truck in CaliforniaGP03CTECompleted★★★★Rolling Sunlight Truck in CaliforniaGP03CTFCompleted★★★★Rolling Sunlight Truck in CaliforniaGP03CTGCompleted★★★★Rolling Sunlight Truck in CaliforniaGP03CTHCompleted★★★★View AllGP02GFTClimate Winter Olympics Balloon UtahGreenpeace wishes to draw attention to the urgent need for clean energy solutions to save winter sports, which are threatened by climate change. Parked at the Olympic Sports Park is Greenpeace solar powered vehicle, the Rolling Sunlight.Locations:North America-United States of America-UtahDate:5 Feb, 2002Credit:© Ben Fonnesbeck / GreenpeaceMaximum size:2160px X 1440pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Climate (campaign title)-Day-KWCI (GPI)-Mountains-Olympic Games-Outdoors-Rolling Sunlight (truck)-Snow-Solar energy-Solar panels-Trucks-WinterShoot:Climate Winter Olympics Balloon UtahGreenpeace activists fly a hot-air balloon over the Utah Olympic Sports Park with banners reading, "Clean Energy Now!" and "Stop Global Warming." Greenpeace wishes to draw attention to the urgent need for clean energy solutions to save winter sports, which are threatened by climate change. The balloon event coincides with a news conference by Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson, during which he announced his city's commitment to cutting global warming pollution. Also pictured is the Greenpeace solar powered vehicle, the Rolling Sunlight.