Casual dress code for steamy Bali summit - Tourism Indonesia


Sunday, December 2, 2007

Casual dress code for steamy Bali summit

Ties and jackets are out and casual clothes are in, to save on air conditioning at this week's global climate change summit in steamy Bali, a UN spokesman said Sunday.

"The dress code is to be relaxed, not to wear tie or jacket," said John Hay, spokesman for the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change secretariat.

Yvo De Boer, the body's executive secretary, set the tone Sunday, appearing in a trademark Indonesian batik shirt aimed to weather local temperatures hovering around a humid 28 degrees Centigrade (82.4 degrees Fahrenheit).


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