Greenpeace 'I'm sorry' by Greenpeace In-house and Arc Communications

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Greenpeace has created a campaign featuring ten images of world leaders, including Barack Obama and Nicholas Sarkozy saying 'sorry' for failing to prevent climate change, which will run at the Copenhagen summit.

Ten posters have been placed in Arrivals at Copenhagen airport.

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Released: 04 December 2009

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Project name
'I'm Sorry'

Production company
Arc Communications

 

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