Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Rolling-Sunlight-Truck-in-the-US-27MZIFJ6KQYCI.htmlConceptually similarRolling Sunlight Truck in the USGP0STPKQTCompleted★★★★Rolling Sunlight Truck in the USGP0STPKQWCompleted★★★★Rolling Sunlight Truck in DurhamGP0STPPSPCompleted★★★★Democratic Debate Protest in the USGP0STPKMBCompleted★★★★World Energy Day San FranciscoGP03D2NCompleted★★★★World Energy Day San FranciscoGP03D1GCompleted★★★★World Energy Day San FranciscoGP03D1JCompleted★★★★World Energy Day San FranciscoGP03D1KCompleted★★★★World Energy Day San FranciscoGP03D1LCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STPKMCRolling Sunlight Truck in the USThe Greenpeace 'Rolling Sunlight' solar-powered truck displays a 'Fossil Free Future' message as it travels through Durham during the Democratic debate to engage voters on the climate policies of presidential primary candidates. Greenpeace is asking candidates to pledge not to accept money from fossil fuel interests.Locations:Durham-New Hampshire-North America-United States of AmericaDate:4 Feb, 2016Credit:© Andrew Lichtenstein / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5760px X 3840pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Defending Democracy (campaign title)-Democracy-Elections-Evening-KWCI (GPI)-Local population-Outdoors-Political events-Rolling Sunlight (truck)-TrucksShoot:New Hampshire Presidential PrimaryGreenpeace brings the solar-powered truck, the Rolling Sunlight, to New Hampshire to engage voters on the climate policies of presidential primary candidates. Greenpeace is asking candidates to pledge not to accept money from fossil fuel interests. The New Hampshire primary is the first primary election held in the United States following the Iowa Caucuses. Voters are choosing the Democratic and Republican nominees for the presidency.