This banner was hung off of West End Pittsburgh Bridge the day before the G20 leaders gathered in Pittsburgh for the summit. Key meeting agenda topics are the plan to build a clean energy economy, preserve tropical forests and to help developing countries adjust their carbon emissions.
The banner is nearly 80-feet by 30-feet, and Greenpeace hopes it gets the attention of the world leaders. President Obama, German Chancellor Merkel and France's President Sarkozy will all be attending the summit.
Activists rappelling off of West End Pittsburgh Bridge.
"It is imperative that developed world leaders do not fail again in Pittsburgh. They must put money on the table to support developing countries," said Damon Moglen, Greenpeace USA's global warming campaign director. "It is also critical for G20 leaders agree to kick-start economic recovery through clean energy investment."