Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Reverse-Global-Warming-Project---Art-Installation-at-COP23-27MZIFJXXNQCR.htmlConceptually similarReverse Global Warming Project - Art Installation at COP23GP0STR9Q7Completed★★★★Reverse Global Warming Project - Art Installation at COP23GP0STR9Q9Completed★★★★Reverse Global Warming Project - Art Installation at COP23GP0STR9Q6Completed★★★★Reverse Global Warming Project - Art Installation at COP23GP0STR9Q8Completed★★★★The Reverse Global Warming Project - Art Installation on Global Warming in Sydney (Video grab)GP0STQSWECompleted★★★★The Reverse Global Warming Project - Art Installation on Global Warming in Sydney (Video grab)GP0STQSWFCompleted★★★★The Reverse Global Warming Project - Art Installation on Global Warming in Sydney (Video grab)GP0STQSWGCompleted★★★★Climate March at the UN Climate Conference COP23 in BonnGP0STR97CCompleted★★★★Kids for Earth Prepare Materials for Demonstrations in BonnGP0STR9E1Completed★★★★View AllGP0STR9QAReverse Global Warming Project - Art Installation at COP23A pop-up exhibit about climate change installed at the COP23. Passers-by are encouraged to interact with the display, at which point the drips begin to slow down in mid-air and then reverse back up into the iceberg. The installation is part of a campaign to raise awareness of climate change.In original language:Reverse Global Warming Installation auf der COP23Interaktive Installation zum Thema Klimawandel. Passanten koennen mit ihrem Handydisplay von einem Eisberg abschmelzende Eistropfen wieder in den Eisberg zurueck lenken.Locations:Bonn-Europe-GermanyDate:7 Nov, 2017Credit:© Bernd Lauter / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3744px X 5616pxKeywords:Art installations-Climate (campaign title)-Climate change-Day-Global warming-Greenpeace ships-Greenpeace volunteers-Icebergs-KWCI (GPI)-Mobile phones-One person-WomenShoot:Beluga II Climate Tour at COP23 in BonnThe Greenpeace Ship Beluga II during her tour about Climate Protection in Bonn at COP23. The ship visits 11 cities along the Rhine, Main and other rivers. The tour informs about climate change as a cause for fleeing. The extreme weather as a result of climate change forces people initially to abandon their homes. The Greenpeace exhibition shows six example countries of the correlation between weather extremes and displaced people.