Do you want to do our part to save the Earth? Do take part in the challenges to pledge our love to save the environment.
By the way, have you notice some advertisements regarding I will if you will challenges?
Visit http://www.youtube.com/earthhour for more information and take part in the challenges if you are able to commit!
You can also visit the Earth Hour roadshows to find out how you can reduce your energy consumption, as well as sign up for Dance 2 Power Earth Hour! We will be at these locations at the following dates:
8 Mar – 10 Mar: Bugis Junction
11 Mar – 16 Mar: One George Street, 20 Anson
15 Mar – 17 Mar: ION Orchard, Forum The Shopping Mall
16 Mar – 23 Mar: IKEA Alexandra
18 Mar – 22 Mar: Capital Tower, Six Battery Road
18 Mar – 24 Mar: Millenia Walk, The Star Vista
20 Mar – 20 Mar: DBS Asia Central (MBFC)
21 Mar – 21 Mar: DBS Asia Hub (Changi Business Park)
24 Mar – 30 Mar: Wisma Atria, DBS Asia Hub (Changi Business Park), Lot 1
Here’s 1 of the Earth Hour event: Dance 2 Power Earth Hour!
Don’t miss the chance to participate in the first-of-its-kind, kinetic dance-out at Earth Hour! This event is to encourage participants to generate kinetic energy (by moving their bodies and feet), which will be used to power an outdoor film screening at the Earth Hour event!
Venue: The Float @ Marina Bay
Location: Click here for location map
Nearest MRT: Esplanade, Promenade or City Hall
Date: 23 March 2013, Saturday
Time: 4pm – 10.30pm
Look forward to an evening of celebration filled with exciting live performances, eco-carnival and witness the lights-off at 8.30pm on Singapore’s signature skyline!
Let’s spark our imagination about energy usage and its impact on our environment. So let your hair down, open your mind and put on your dancing shoes for Earth Hour! Register now!
For more information, visit http://earthhour.wwf.sg/event.php
_____________________________________________________________Hope everybody can do their part to save the environment to reduce global warming and el nino and el nina effects.
Here’s a video on how global warming affects us and other animals: