Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Project-Hotseat-Mt--Rushmore-Rally-27MZIFI2AMBI.htmlConceptually similarProject Hotseat Mt. Rushmore RallyGP02KVMCompleted★★★★Project Hotseat Mt. Rushmore RallyGP02KVBCompleted★★★★Project Hotseat Mt. Rushmore RallyGP02KV8Completed★★★★Project Hotseat Mt. Rushmore RallyGP02KVNCompleted★★★★Project Hotseat Mt. Rushmore RallyGP02KVOCompleted★★★★Project Hotseat Mt. Rushmore RallyGP02KV9Completed★★★★Project Hotseat Mt. Rushmore RallyGP02KVDCompleted★★★★Project Hotseat Mt. Rushmore RallyGP02KVLCompleted★★★★Project Hotseat Mt. Rushmore RallyGP02KVACompleted★★★★View AllGP02KVPProject Hotseat Mt. Rushmore RallyLower Brule Sioux Tribal leader Pat Spears, president of the Intertribal Council on Utility Policy, shows his support for political action on global warming at a rally organized by Project Hotseat and Step It Up.Locations:Mount Rushmore-North America-South Dakota-United States of AmericaDate:3 Nov, 2007Credit:© Jon Orlando / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3872px X 2592pxKeywords:Climate (campaign title)-Day-KWCI (GPI)-Monuments-Mountains-Native Americans-One person-Outdoors-Political concepts-Politicians-SunnyShoot:Mount Rushmore Hotseat RallySupporters of action on global warming attended a rally organized by Greenpeace and Step It Up at Mt. Rushmore. The rally was part of a national day of action to let candidates and representatives know that voters care about the climate and global warming.