Sunday, March 2, 2014

Let's Save Our World

Hello Xolov!

March already come dude. What your hope this march? Are you still dreaming hhim who never think about you or just want break up with your mate?

March for me that's mean Earth Hour Day guys!!!

Q : Earth Hour? What is that, Blue?
Earth Hour is a global movement to save our world from electricity crisis. Earth Hour now spread out in many country including Indonesia.

Q: When the event will be held?
Earth Hour always be held on March 29th every year between 8.30PM until 9.30PM.

Q: How long this campaign going?
The first Earth Hour event was on March 31 2007. WWF-Australia inspired Sydney-siders to show their support for climate change action. More than 2.2 million individuals and 2,000 businesses turned their lights out for one hour in the first Earth Hour event.

Q : If we turn off the lamp, is not look dangerous?
In this movement, we just turn off the lights we're not disposable, light case of bathroom, living room, family room and even kitchen. Instead of light, we can use a candle for one hour or hanging out to enjoying the sky.

Q : What the meaning of this movement?
By registering for Earth Hour 2014, individuals, communities and businesses are making a commitment to turn their lights off for an hour at 8.30PM on Saturday 29 March in acknowledgement of an act they will undertake for the benefit of the planet. Our expectation is that these individuals, communities and businesses will take action beyond the hour.In 2012, we launched the I Will If You Will campaign to provide a platform to inspire people to share their commitment to the planet with their friends, colleagues, leaders and networks.
Q: Who can participate with this campaign?
Every one can participate with this event, the more who participate, the more electricity we save.
Q : In addiction to turning off the lights, what can we do after that?
Get involved in I Will If You Will – taking actions both big and small makes a difference to our planet, and here’s the opportunity to make a commitment beyond the hour and share that with your communities. Whether it’s daring your network to commit to recycle, switch to energy efficient light bulbs or something much bigger, IWIYW will help you incentivise action beyond the hour.You can fund a project or add your voice to support projects anywhere around the world and help communities live with greater efficiency.
Q : Whose idea was Earth Hour?
Earth Hour came from a think tank initiated by Earth Hour Executive Director and Co-Founder, Andy Ridley, resulting in the formation of a partnership between WWF Australia, Leo Burnett and Fairfax Media to address the climate change issue.In 2007, there was still a degree of scepticism and denial about the issue of climate change. Earth Hour came as the inspiration to rally people to the reality of climate change and start a dialogue about what we as individuals can do to help address the greatest problem facing our planet today. Leo Burnett partnered with WWF to promote the idea and help make the campaign a reality in Sydney, a campaign which has now gone beyond climate change to symbolise the growing global pursuit of a better, healthier world. 
Read more about Andy Ridley’s story.
Q : I heard Earth Hour is the part of WWF, isn't true?
WWF co-founded Earth Hour in Sydney in 2007, facilitating Earth Hour’s rapid worldwide growth through its connection to WWF’s global network. With a presence in more than 70 countries, WWF continues to play a valuable partner role, ensuring a solid foundation and support network on which to deliver a truly global environmental message throughout the year.
Q : Where can we find Earth Hour on social media?
Earth Hour uses social media to drive its campaign. Look the stories in Facebook Twitter, Flickr, Tumblr,Google+Instagram, Pinterest and of course, the IWIYW campaign on YouTube.

Nah, for you who live in Indonesia, you can go to their twitter @EHindonesia and join the campaign in your city.

Pssst... This Sunday, March 9th, 2014 we will make campaign "Save Paper and Tissue" :)

See ya later Xolov!

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