The Danish capital, Copenhagen, is hosting a much-anticipated two-week conference on climate change. It has been described as a make-or-break moment for a new global pact on emissions.
About 100 world leaders are attending the conference, the culmination of years of negotiations and diplomacy. They hope to reach an international accord which will supplant the 1997 Kyoto Protocol.
The streets are packed with art installations encouraging people to think about how they can change their behaviour to reduce their carbon footprint.
Submerged in a tube of water, climate activist Mohamad Shinaz, from the Maldives, demonstrates in a central square in Copenhagen. The string of islands will be one of the worst affected by rising sea levels.
All eyes are on the city whose residents have embraced one of the least-polluting lifestyles in Europe.
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