Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/Ice-Sampling-at-Morteratsch-Glacier-27MZIFL44TTO.htmlConceptually similarIce Sampling at Morteratsch GlacierGP01RNHCompleted★★★★Ice Sampling at Morteratsch GlacierGP01RNOCompleted★★★★Ice Sampling at Morteratsch GlacierGP01RNNCompleted★★★★Greenpeace Solar Generation activists on Morteratsch GlacierGP01RNLCompleted★★★★Greenpeace Solar Generation activists on Morteratsch GlacierGP01RNMCompleted★★★★Ice Sampling at Morteratsch GlacierGP01GU2Completed★★★★Action Ice blocks in front of House of Parliament in BernGP01RNUCompleted★★★★Action Ice blocks in front of House of Parliament in BernGP01RNQCompleted★★★★Action Ice blocks in front of House of Parliament in BernGP01RNRCompleted★★★★View AllGP01RNKIce Sampling at Morteratsch GlacierTwo Greenpeace Solar Generation activists on the Morteratsch Glacier hold a banner reading "Klima Wandel Nr 1: Hier!" or translated: "Climate Change Number 1: Here!". They are on the melting Glacier to take ice samples.In original language:Eis Probenahme im MorteratschgletscherMorteratsch Gletscher, 08. Oktober 2005: Greenpeace Solar Generation Aktivisten nehmen Eisproben.© Greenpeace / Ex-Press / David AdairLocations:Alpine Countries-Europe-Morteratsch Glacier-SwitzerlandDate:8 Oct, 2005Credit:© Greenpeace / Ex-Press / David AdairMaximum size:2953px X 2008pxRestrictions:FOR NON-COMMERCIAL GREENPEACE PUBLISHED MATERIAL EXCEPT FOR FUNDRAISING. FOR ALL EXTERNAL INQUIRIES, PLEASE CONTACT GREENPEACE SWITZERLAND PHOTO LIBRARY.Keywords:Actions and protests-Banners-Climate (campaign title)-Day-Glacier melt-Glaciers-Greenpeace activists-Greenpeace youth groups-Ice-KWCI (GPI)-Mountains-Outdoors-Research-Solar Generation (youth group)-Sun-Two peopleShoot:Climate Action taking Samples on Morteratsch Glacier Pontresina SwitzerlandGreenpeace Solar Generation youth protest against climate change. Activists place ice blocks from the Morteratsch glacier in front of the House of Parliament and hand out samples of melting ice to the deputy of environment Hans-Rudolf Doerig. The samples, collected on 8 October, will also be presented to the delegates during the climate change conference COP 11 (Conference of the Parties) in Montreal, Canada.