Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Parade-for-Biodiversity-in-Brazil-27MZIFIREDMU.htmlConceptually similarParade for Biodiversity in BrazilGP03160Completed★★★★Parade for Biodiversity in BrazilGP03166Completed★★★★Parade for Biodiversity in BrazilGP03163Completed★★★★Parade for Biodiversity in BrazilGP0315NCompleted★★★★Parade for Biodiversity in BrazilGP03164Completed★★★★Kids for Forests at CBD in BrazilGP03179Completed★★★★Biodiversity Action during CBD in BrazilGP0313ZCompleted★★★★Biodiversity Action during CBD in BrazilGP03141Completed★★★★Biodiversity Action during CBD in BrazilGP03142Completed★★★★View AllGP03169Parade for Biodiversity in BrazilPeople unite at a parade called "Samba for Life" with two thousand children from all around the world. A pair hold hands, both wearing colourful, national wristbands from two different parts of the world- Brazil and Germany. The event appealed to ministers gathered at the UN Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD COP8) to reduce biodiversity loss and to protect the worlds last remaining ancient forests and the oceans for future generations.In original language:Sambaparade fur Erhalt der ArtenvielfaltUeber 1500 Kinder und Jugendliche des internationalen Greenpeace Kids for Forest Projekts, brasilianischer Pfadfinder und des Projekts Uni Livre starten vor der CBD-Konferenz (Convention of Biological Diversity) eine farbenpraechtige Sambaparade. Die Kids for Forests demonstrieren fuer den Erhalt der Artenvielfalt und den Schutz der letzten Urwaelder.Locations:Brazil-Curitiba-ParanáDate:28 Mar, 2006Credit:© Greenpeace / Ricardo BelielMaximum size:2126px X 3189pxKeywords:Biodiversity-Children-Close ups-Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)-Day-Deforestation-Demonstrations-Diversity-Forests (campaign title)-Hands-Harmony-Inspirational-Kids for Forests-KWCI (GPI)-Marine pollution-Multi-ethnic groups-Oceans (campaign title)-Outdoors-Overfishing-Two peopleShoot:Childrens Parade for Biodiversity in BrazilParade called "Samba for Life" with two thousand children from all around the world. The event appealed to ministers gathered at the UN Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD COP8) to reduce biodiversity loss and to protect the worlds last remaining ancient forests and the oceans for future generations.