Thursday, December 17, 2009

Photos from Copenhagen

Denmark gets 20 percent of its power from wind, but it also still relies on traditional energy sources including coal.

Hopenhagen (billboard) is a grassroots movement urging world leaders at the U.N. Climate Change Conference to achieve meaningful outcomes that limit future carbon emissions, minimize the effects of climate change, and fuel a sustainable global economy. As the conference winds down, hopes are fading that an agreement can be reached.

This large white ball, located in City Square in Copenhagen, Denmark, lights up at night and has climate change information scrolling around it. This area is the center of activity in Copenhagen, where various energy and environmental displays have been featured during the U.N. Climate Change Conference.

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