Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/The-Borobudur-Temple-27MZIFVM98AH.htmlConceptually similarSunrise in BorobudurGP04AOVCompleted★★★★★★Sunrise in BorobudurGP04AOWCompleted★★★★Sunrise in BorobudurGP04AOZCompleted★★★★★★Climate Rescue Station in BorobudurGP04APVCompleted★★★★★★Climate Rescue Station in BorobudurGP04APXCompleted★★★★The Borobudur TempleGP04AP1Completed★★★★Sunrise in BorobudurGP04AOXCompleted★★★★Climate Rescue Station in BorobudurGP04AQ2Completed★★★★Climate Rescue Station in BorobudurGP04AQ1Completed★★★★★★View AllGP04AP0The Borobudur TempleThe Borobudur temple is the world's largest Buddhist monument and a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Magelang, Central Java. The surrounding park is set to showcase Indonesia's renewable energy potential, with the installation of solar-powered park lights. The project, 'Solarising Borobodur' is initiated by Greenpeace, with the Borobudur Conservation Agency (Balai Konservasi Borobudur), to urge the Indonesian government to implement a massive uptake of renewable energy (RE) sources and to decrease dependence on dirty fossil fuels such as coal. The solar-powered lighting system will be switched on in the coming week.Locations:Asia-Central Java-Indonesia-Southeast AsiaDate:23 Oct, 2012Credit:© Ulet Ifansasti / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3000px X 2000pxKeywords:Climate (campaign title)-KWCI (GPI)-Morning-Outdoors-Religious movements and concepts-Temples-UNESCOShoot: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.