Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Putting-shoes-for-the-climate-27MZIFL2YQAD.htmlConceptually similarPutting shoes for the climateGP01X3YCompleted★★★★Close up of a filled shoeGP01X3XCompleted★★★★Portrait of volunteer filling shoesGP01X3ZCompleted★★★★Putting shoes for the climateGP01X40Completed★★★★Handing over a wish list to Minister CramerGP01X45Completed★★★★Handing over a wish list to Minister CramerGP01X43Completed★★★★Shoes and a banner for the climateGP01X42Completed★★★★Handing over a wish list to Minister CramerGP01X44Completed★★★★Climate action COP 15 in the HagueGP01X3SCompleted★★★★View AllGP01X41Putting shoes for the climateGreenpeace puts more than thousand shoes at the Binnenhof sqaure. The shoes are filled with a wish list which contains issues for a strong climate agreement in Copenhagen.In original language:Schoenen zetten voor het klimaatGreenpeace zet duizenden schoenen rondom het Binnenhof. De schoenen worden gevuld met een verlanglijstje met daarop punten voor een sterk klmaatakkoord in Kopenhagen.Locations:Europe, West Europe-Netherlands-The HagueDate:19 Nov, 2009Credit:© Greenpeace / Joël van HoudtMaximum size:3924px X 2616pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Climate (campaign title)-Day-Direct communications-Footwear-Greenpeace staff-Greenpeace volunteers-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-You Turn the Earth (campaign title)Shoot:Climate Shoe Action the NetherlandsGreenpeace volunteers put shoes at the Binnenhof Square, which is the square in front of the houses of Parliament. Puting shoes is based on a Dutch tradition in which children can set their shoe for the arrival of a saint called: "Sinterklaas", every year in December. Children fill up their shoe with a carrot and a wish list. The last months Greenpeace received through the You turn the earth campaign 180.000 calls for a strong climate agreement for the Climate Conference in Copenhagen. Greenpeace combines the arrival of the saint with this action to show the politicians how many people wants great deals for the climate.