Hungarian policemen detain a Greenpeace activist during a demonstration in Budapest, Hungary. Wednesday, 17. June 2009. ATTILA VOLGYI Greenpeace activists protested against Hungary's sale of Kyoto emission quotas to Belgium and Spain last year for 100 million euros ($138 million) as well as Hungary's failure to begin the Green Investment Scheme, a plan which seeks to use emissions quota income to build more energy efficient, renewable and carbon dioxide reducing projects.

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Hungarian policemen detain a Greenpeace activist during a demonstration in Budapest, Hungary. Wednesday, 17. June 2009. ATTILA VOLGYI Greenpeace activists protested against Hungary's sale of Kyoto emission quotas to Belgium and Spain last year for 100 million euros ($138 million) as well as Hungary's failure to begin the Green Investment Scheme, a plan which seeks to use emissions quota income to build more energy efficient, renewable and carbon dioxide reducing projects.

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Source: Attila Volgyi
Date 17 Jun 2009
Location: Budapest Hungary
Credit: ATTILA VOLGYI
Copyright: Attila Volgyi
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