Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/Politicians-for-Renewables-in-Denmark-27MZIFIBE1MW.htmlConceptually similarPoliticians for Renewables in DenmarkGP02J09Completed★★★★Politicians for Renewables in DenmarkGP02J0ACompleted★★★★Politicians for Renewables in DenmarkGP02J0BCompleted★★★★Politicians for Renewables in DenmarkGP02J08Completed★★★★Climate Action at Election Campaign in BornholmGP02JI1Completed★★★★★★Climate Action at Election Campaign in BornholmGP02JHTCompleted★★★★Climate Action at Election Campaign in BornholmGP02JHOCompleted★★★★Climate Action at Election Campaign in BornholmGP02JHJCompleted★★★★Climate Action at Election Campaign in BornholmGP02JHKCompleted★★★★View AllGP02J0CPoliticians for Renewables in DenmarkJohanne Schmidt-Nielsen puts her signature on the Greenpeace petition, confirming that she will work for 100% renewable energy in the electricity and heat sector in 2035. The large droplet that the politicians are signing says "100% vedvarende energi, ja tak!" ("100% renewable energy! Yes please!").Locations:Copenhagen-Denmark-Europe-ScandinaviaDate:8 Sep, 2011Credit:© Greenpeace / Michael HedelainMaximum size:5184px X 3456pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Climate (campaign title)-Climate change-Day-Direct communications-Elections-Energy [R]evolution (campaign title)-KWCI (GPI)-Large group of people-Non-renewable energy-Outdoors-Petitions-Politicians-Renewable energy-Signs-Umbrellas-Urban areasShoot:Politicians Sign up for Renewable Energy in DenmarkDuring the Danish election campaign Greenpeace invites politicians to manifest their concern for the climate. Greenpeace wants to add the climate to the election agenda and convert Denmark's electricity and heat sector to 100 % renewable energy already in 2035, without power stations with fossil fuels.