epa-efeJungfraujoch Saddle (Switzerland)

A collage of messages from children around the world aiming to combat climate change on Friday made up a giant postcard in the Swiss Alps displaying a clear request to limit global warming to 1.5C (34.7F).

A photo taken with a drone showed a giant postcard of approximately 2,500 square meters (8,202 square feet) made of contributions from over 125,000 individual postcards containing messages aiming to fight climate change and global warming.

According to the photograph released by efe-epa, the powerful message is pictured on the Aletsch glacier near the Jungfraujoch saddle – 3,446 meters (2.1 miles) high – by the Jungfrau peak (4,158 meters) in Switzerland.

Each individual postcard includes climate change promises and messages from children and young people across 35 countries worldwide and aims to establish the Guinness world record of the largest composed postcard with the most overall contributors.