COPENHAGEN, DENMARK – OCTOBER 09, 2019: Jamie Margolin of Seattle, USA, and founder of the Zero-Hours movement speaks during the C40 World Mayors Summit opening press conference at Copenhagen City Hall. More than 90 mayors of some of the world’s largest and most influential cities representing some 700 million people meet in Copenhagen from October 9-12 for the C40 World Mayors Summit. The purpose with the summit in Copenhagen is to build a global coalition of leading cities, businesses and citizens that rallies around radical and ambitious climate action. Also youth leaders from the recent Cl

COPENHAGEN, DENMARK – OCTOBER 09, 2019: Jamie Margolin of Seattle, USA, and founder of the Zero-Hours movement speaks during the C40 World Mayors Summit opening press conference at Copenhagen City Hall. More than 90 mayors of some of the world’s largest and most influential cities representing some 700 million people meet in Copenhagen from October 9-12 for the C40 World Mayors Summit. The purpose with the summit in Copenhagen is to build a global coalition of leading cities, businesses and citizens that rallies around radical and ambitious climate action. Also youth leaders from the recent Cl Stock Photo
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COPENHAGEN, DENMARK – OCTOBER 09, 2019: Jamie Margolin of Seattle, USA, and founder of the Zero-Hours movement speaks during the C40 World Mayors Summit opening press conference at Copenhagen City Hall. More than 90 mayors of some of the world’s largest and most influential cities representing some 700 million people meet in Copenhagen from October 9-12 for the C40 World Mayors Summit. The purpose with the summit in Copenhagen is to build a global coalition of leading cities, businesses and citizens that rallies around radical and ambitious climate action. Also youth leaders from the recent Climate Strike participate. From the United Nations participates Secretary General Antonio Guterres who also meets the Danish Prime Minister and the Queen of Denmark during the Summit.

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