Instituto Liberdade in Brazil is a proud supporter and friend
of the mission of the Copenhagen Wall - Carbon Curtain Project
For 28 years, the Berlin Wall stood as the physical symbol of the Iron Curtain – the divide between the free West and the enslaved East. Though the Iron Curtain and Berlin Wall happily are both memories, the world is once again witnessing the construction of yet another tyrannical barrier to economic development and political freedom – the Carbon Curtain. Promoted under the guise of climate change and so-called “clean energy,” the Carbon Curtain will operate as a barrier to economic development and political liberty for the world’s poor
What: Copenhagen Wall Event
The “Copenhagen Wall” – a structure that will be displayed during the December’s UN meeting – represents the insurmountable barrier that carbon regulation would create between the poverty-stricken and wealthy nations
Who: Lord Christopher Monckton, former adviser to former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher
Barun Mitra, President, Liberty Institute, India
Manuel de Araujo, Chair, Center for Mozambican and International Studies
When: Saturday, December 12, 2009
11 a.m. Central European Time
Where: Axeltorv Square, Copenhagen, Denmark
Visuals: Two 8' x 10' walls with images of the developed and developing worlds and graffiti painted by European and American high school and college students
DID YOU KNOW...
79% of the people in the developing world, that is 25% of the world’s population, have no access to electricity.