Climate Rescue Station - Borobudur

Photo | 18 October, 2012

(L-R) Marsis Sutopo, Head of Borobudur Conservation, Von Hernandez, Executive Director, Greenpeace Southeast Asia, Abdon Nababan, Secretary General of AMAN, Tumiran, Representative of National Energy and Hindun Mulaika, Greenpeace Campaigner, switch on the light powered by solar energy during opening at the Climate Rescue Station in Borobudur Temple, Magelang,Central Java Indonesia. The Climate Rescue Station is open to public, is a four-storey tall spherical structure used as a mobile museum to generate awareness about renewable energy solutions to combat climate change.

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