Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/Climate-Rescue-Station-in-Borobudur-27MZIFVM6IDN.htmlConceptually similarClimate Rescue Station in BorobudurGP04AJPCompleted★★★★Climate Rescue Station in BorobudurGP04AJLCompleted★★★★Climate Rescue Station in BorobudurGP04AJMCompleted★★★★Climate Rescue Station in BorobudurGP04AJNCompleted★★★★★★★Climate Rescue Station in BorobudurGP04AJRCompleted★★★★Climate Rescue Station in BorobudurGP04AJQCompleted★★★★Climate Rescue Station in BorobudurGP04AJFCompleted★★★★Climate Rescue Station in BorobudurGP04AJGCompleted★★★★★★Climate Rescue Station in BorobudurGP04AJHCompleted★★★★View AllGP04AJOClimate Rescue Station in BorobudurDiscussion on renewable energy with Sudjiwo Tedjo, Airf Fianto and Navicula band members at the Climate Rescue Station at Lumbini Park. in Borobudur, Central Java. Greenpeace launched the ‘Solarising Borobudur’ project at the World's largest Buddhist Temple, a UNESCO World heritage, by building the Climate Rescue Station - a four-storey spherical structure. The station will stand for two weeks and will be open to the public and used to generate awareness about renewable energy solutions to tackle climate change.Locations:Asia-Central Java-Indonesia-Java-Southeast AsiaDate:20 Oct, 2012Credit:© Ulet Ifansasti / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3000px X 2000pxKeywords:Celebrities-Climate (campaign title)-Climate Rescue Station-KWCI (GPI)-Medium group of people-Meetings-Musicians-People-Renewable energy-Solar energy-TemplesShoot:Climate Rescue Station in BorobudurGreenpeace launches the Solarising Borobudur project by building a ‘Climate Rescue Station’ in Borobudur Temple, Magelang, Central Java.The Climate Rescue Station - a four-storey spherical structure - will stand for two weeks. It will be open to public and used to generate awareness about renewable energy solutions that can tackle climate change.