Hundreds of people gathered near the Eiffel Tower on 6 December and formed the symbol of peace resembling the Paris landmark. Participants stood, holding hands, while others lay on the ground, to form the shape of the iconic tower and the words "100% renewable".

The stunt was performed as part of the United Nations climate change summit, which brought world leaders, negotiators and activists to the French capital. Delegates from 195 countries are meeting for a fortnight at the conference – dubbed the COP21 – which hopes to secure a global, binding deal to limit carbon emissions and stem global warming.