Os dois ativistas na foto são brasileiros. Flávio e Marcela, jovens escaladores que acreditam num mundo melhor, arriscaram sua liberdade em Copenhague, para chamar atenção dos líderes mundiais da importância de agir nesse momento e criar um acordo justo com o clima do planeta e com o futuro das próximas gerações. Os dois ficaram presos por horas, mas estão bem! É muita honra trabalhar com essa equipe!
Abaixo, em inglês, um descrição da atividade:
Greenpeace climbers hang a banner on the route between Copenhagen airport and COP15.
Greenpeace climbers hang a banner on the route between Copenhagen airport and the Bella Centre, where crucial climate talks are being attended by 120 world leaders. Huge banners reading ‘POLITICIANS TALK, LEADERS ACT’ were hung at strategic points along the route taken by Heads of State, ensuring dozens of motorcades could not avoid the call for climate action. Police have made four arrests so far. Gaurau Jagadish from Greenpeace India, one of the climbers, said before he was arrested: “The men and women passing beneath us in their limousines have all our futures in their hands. The rich countries have brought these climate talks to the brink of collapse by refusing to commit to deep carbon cuts and by not putting enough money on the table to fund poorer countries to go green and cope with climate change. They saw our message, now they have to act on it.”