Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/US-WEATHER-CONSERVATION-ENERGY-27MDHU0KG1Y.htmlConceptually similarUS-WEATHERGP1SV3JBIncoming★★★★AUSTRIA-EUROPE-WEATHER-FLOODSGP1SVKSFIncoming★★★★TOPSHOT-BELGIUM-WEATHER-FLOODGP1SVKSUIncoming★★★★MOROCCO-WEATHER-FLOODGP1SVKSSIncoming★★★★MOROCCO-WEATHER-FLOODGP1SVKSTIncoming★★★★INDIA-WEATHERGP1SVKSZIncoming★★★★TOPSHOT-S. KOREA-LIFESTYLE-WEATHERGP1SV3JEIncoming★★★★CHINA-ENVIRONMENT-POLLUTION-HEALTHGP1SUYRVIncoming★★★★BANGLADESH-WEATHERGP1SVPF8Incoming★★★★View AllGP1SV3J7US-WEATHER-CONSERVATION-ENERGYConnie Mendoza (L), 20, Alberto Torres (C), 22, and Jazy Mendoza, 24, climb up a steep hill next to Lake Waco dam in Waco, Texas on Thursday, February 18, 2021. - A deadly winter weather system that brought record-busting cold to the southern and central United States, knocking out power for millions in oil-rich Texas, blanketed the East Coast in snow February 18, 2021, disrupting coronavirus vaccinations. (Photo by Matthew Busch / AFP) (Photo by MATTHEW BUSCH/AFP via Getty Images), 1231249192Date:18 Feb, 2021Credit:© MATTHEW BUSCH / AFP via Getty ImagesMaximum size:5000px X 3750pxRestrictions:Contact your local office for all commercial or promotional uses. Full editorial rights UK, US, Ireland, Italy, Spain, Canada (not Quebec). Restricted editorial rights elsewhere, CONTACT COMMS HUBShoot:Getty Images CERVarious Getty images by different photographers and from different locations and dates.