Greenpeace activists displayed banners on the route between Copenhagen airport and the Bella Centre, where crucial climate talks are being attended by 120 world leaders.
With only hours left in the Copenhagen climate treaty talks an early version of the final agreement draft text has been leaked to NGOs and media.
"Unless the remaining gap of around 1.9 to 4.2 Gt is closed and Parties commit themselves to strong action prior and after 2020, global emissions will remain on an unsustainable pathway that could lead to concentrations equal or above 550ppm with the related temperature raise around 3 degrees Celsius."
>>Check out the leaked COP15 draft text on the Huffington Post here
Yesterday - we all heard about a leaked memo that sent shockwaves through the NGO grapevine. Kevin Grandia, of DeSmogBlog explains:
"In layman terms this means that if the developed nations, like the US, Canada, Germany and France don't commit to deeper emissions cuts at the talks underway in Copenhagen we're screwed.
Based on the best scientific research, experts in the field have concluded that in order to avoid the most catastrophic effects of climate change, we need to stabilize carbon emissions at or below 350 parts per million."
>>Our Jamie also blogged about this memo yesterday.