A large postcard consisting of 125,000 messages and children's drawings was used on a glacier in Switzerland to warn about climate change.
The biggest postcard, according to Guinness Book, consisting of 125,000 messages and drawings of children and youths from all over the world, was used on a Swiss glacier on Friday to pay attention to climate change. The operations were organized by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation and the World Advanced Vehicle Expedition (WAVE) on the Aletsch glacier, more than 3,400 meters above sea level, awaiting COP24 on climate change. will last December in Poland
"Stop global warming". Plates composed of 64 plastic cards were used side by side on a square of approximately 2500 m², where we can read these two messages in English: "STOP GLOBAL WARMING # 1
A postcard sent to COP24 participants. The latest special report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) shows that under certain conditions it is still possible to limit global warming to + 1.5 ° C. This threshold would limit negative effects to an acceptable level. According to the organizers of the activities, schools from 35 countries participated in this campaign. They announced that a giant mosaic postcard will be sent to COP24 participants from Europe's highest post office, located at Jungfraujoch Pass, overlooking the Aletschglacier.