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The design of Seven Meters will enable people with different styles of activism to back the event, here just some suggestions:
During the climate summit a huge amount of activists will join our event. The lamps are to be hung up and taken down again. We envisage the organisation of networks to cope with this big task.
Plenty of people will be engaged in the organisation of the happening, setting up websites, translating, issuing press releases, taking contact to activists, NGOs, sponsors, etc. etc.
We expect a fruitful co-operation with lots of NGOs who use the event to highlight their particular view on the climate issue.
In Denmark and abroad we’ll use the Internet to establish local groups. The activists will launch local events on environmental issues using SevenMeters.net as a pivotal point.
We’ll provide a flashing red line that can be downloaded from the Internet and used as a logo of the happening on websites, blogs, press releases, etc. This poignant logo will be used to highlight the happening, environmental issues and the climate summit in Copenhagen.
Activists can hang up rows of red flashing lamps on remarkable sites in their local area.
Red flashing lamps can be used in demonstrations and rallies to accentuate that in this very moment climate negotiations are going on in Copenhagen the results of which may be decisive for our future.
In stead of the Christmas decorations usually displayed in December a line of flashing red lights could be used to highlight the climate summit is going on in Copenhagen ahead of Christmas, 7 – 18 December 2009.