See aerial images of climate activists doing funky things in Paris
On Saturday, as U.N. climate negotiations plodded toward a finish, Friends of the Earth International staged a geolocation action. Its activists spread out to key points across Paris and transmitted their locations via GPS to spell out “Climate Justice” and “Peace.”
The day before, Greenpeace used “eco-paint” to turn the streets around the iconic Arc de Triomphe into a giant sun. Message: Go solar, go renewable. Video from Mashable:
Greenpeace also dangled a special message for the French president off the Arc de Triomphe: “Mister Hollande, renew the energy.”
A week earlier, activists spelled out exactly what they wanted from COP21:
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