Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/WSSD-Tour--South-Africa---2002--27MZIFRW5Q7.htmlConceptually similarWSSD Tour (South Africa : 2002)GP0V9JCompleted★★★★WSSD Tour (South Africa : 2002)GP02PECompleted★★★★WSSD Tour (South Africa : 2002)GP0HTUCompleted★★★★WSSD Tour (South Africa : 2002)GP0W7XCompleted★★★★WSSD Tour (South Africa : 2002)GP0VR7Completed★★★★WSSD Tour (South Africa : 2002)GP021BCompleted★★★★WSSD Tour (South Africa : 2002)GP05R3Completed★★★★WSSD Tour (South Africa : 2002)GP01CIPCompleted★★★★WSSD Tour (South Africa : 2002)GP01A1VCompleted★★★★View AllGP08G4WSSD Tour (South Africa : 2002)Heavily armed anti-riot police and army forces behind razor wire at the World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg, South Africa. Joint call for action by the WBCSD and Greenpeace on the need for an international framework to combat climate change was presented at this event open to the press, government delegates, business, IGO and NGO representatives.Locations:Johannesburg-South Africa-Southern AfricaDate:1 Aug, 2002Credit:© Greenpeace / Danielle HickieMaximum size:1600px X 1200pxKeywords:Climate (campaign title)-Climate change impacts-Conferences-PoliceShoot:WSSD Tour South AfricaGreenpeace activists set off dozens of hand-held personal alarms outside the Earth Summit venue to show their anger and disgust at the backroom conspiracy led by US, Japan, Canada, Australia and OPEC oil countries to deny basic energy to the world’s poorest and to destroy the world’s environment. The demonstration was carried out by about 30 Greenpeace and other NGO activists wearing T-shirts with slogans reading “fight till the end” and “open your eyes” in seven languages including Chinese, Japanese, English, German, Spanish, French and Arabic. Greenpeace was reacting to news, which emerged late last night, that all renewable targets have been dropped from the Action Plan dealing with energy and climate policy. Police removed the demonstrators by pushing them out of the secure zone.