Climate Rescue Station in Bangkok

Photo | January 1, 2013

Pae, a pop star from Thailand signs a petition to help push for the first Renewable Energy Law for Thailand, during the launch of Greenpeaces Climate Rescue Station in Bangkok. The Climate Rescue Station, open to the public at Ratchamakala Stadium from 1st to 18th August, is afour-storey tall spherical structure used as a mobile museum to generate awareness about renewable energy solutions to combat climate change. Greenpeace is pushing for the Thai government to immediately adopt a strong Renewable Energy Law.


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