Giant Globe Installed In City Centre To Teach Danish Children About Climate Change
COPENHAGEN, DENMARK - SEPTEMBER 13: Schoolkids makes drawing about what they reuse as part of sharing ideas about how to make value out of garbage in connection to the giant outdoor globe named Climatesafari which is installed next to the Danish parliament and opens today on September 13, 2018 in Copenhagen, Denmark. The globe which is said to be the world largest can accommodate up to 300 children and will teach them about green energy and help raise awareness of the consequences of climate change on the natural environment. It is sponsored by the World Wildlife Fund and Danish energy company Oersted. (Photo by Ole Jensen/Getty Images)
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