Change energy, not climate
The iconic Greenpeace vessel, Rainbow Warrior, has docked in the port of Malaga as part of a European ‘change energy, not climate’ tour.
Scientists, scholars and youth groups have been welcomed aboard the eco-campaigners flagship to discuss ways to tackle climate change. Mr. Abhishek Singh, the executive director of PDI went on board to have a first hand experience.
The ‘change energy, not climate’ campaign will see the purpose-built yacht dock in eight countries and 14 ports.
European governments have not been ‘acting with the urgency or necessary ambition’ on the issue, a statement by the group said.
The international crew have also organised tours for members of the public who are curious what life is like on-board. PDI has been working a lot in the field of climate change. That’s why such a visit was essential.
CLIMATE CHANGE: Campaigners from various organizations including PDI have been welcomed on board.
By late evening PDI Executive Director left for Marbella with few eminent scientists to attend a conference on climate change and share his views about this pleasant experience.
The vessel, which last stopped off in Malaga in October 2016, will host meetings with local politicians as well as round table meetings to discuss ways of limiting our impact on the environment.
Rainbow Warrior will also be open to visitors who can see first hand what life is like aboard the Greenpeace vessel. Visitors will also be able to learn about ways we can combat climate change.