How much of the Bella centres business relies on the green industries??In 1997, 8,000 people participated in The 20th World Gas Conference.In 2001, European Wind Energy brought together 4,000 participants for The International Congress and Exhibition on Wind Energy.
In 2005, the Copenhagen Offshore Wind Conference and Exhibition saw 1,000 people participating in the world’s biggest conference for the offshore wind industry.In 2009, we are hosting several large environment-related events, among them the World Business Summit on Climate Change in May and the UN’s major climate conference (COP15) in December. There is also the chance of a wonderful bit of “culture jamming” which wont require a lot of effort.According to their blurb the Bella centre is Bella Center “is placed on the island of Amager which is connected by a bridge to Sweden so participating in events at the Bella Center it is possible to stay in a hotel in Copenhagen as well as the city of Malmö in Sweden”Be a pity if a pigs head was placed on a dummy called Mo and set alight ….Now for those who do a bit or reading on the decline of EUrabia know, Malmo is a place fairly famous for its riots on the flimsiest of pretences by local “youths” Wouldnt it be a shame if something were to provoke the youths while the conference was on….?Now the building itself is largely glass fronted, and I havent been able to find an energy rating for the structure, a funny omission for a “green” building. Its almost like it may not be 5 star rated eh?
But heres a challenge for them, they have placed one of their holy symbols in front of the centre to show how “green” it is. How about they power their conference just using that as an example to the world of how efficient it is?
The whole AGW thing is a massive crock of crap.