Greenpeace Greets G20

Greenpeace Greets G20


Greenpeace Activists Greet G20 Leaders with Massive Banner on the West End Pittsburgh Bridge:

Greenpeace activists, rappelled off of some of
Pittsburghís iconic bridges with massive banners displaying their
message to Group of 20 leaders gathering for the September 24 summit.
The banners, one nearly 80-feet by 30-feet in size, take the form of
stylized ìroad signsî that warn of the political maneuvering and delay
that have put a international climate treaty in jeopardy as the world
enters the final stretch on the road to Copenhagen. The banners were
hung in the downtown area on September 23, 2009.
(Image: Greenpeace. All rights reserved)

See the Greenpeace press release here.
See local news coverage here.



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