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UAE Catches the World up in marking Earth Hour 2019

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Official Earth Hour 2019 Video: #Connect2Earth

Healthy nature makes our life better by providing us with good food, clean air, and fresh water – but it is all under the threat of climate change and loss of biodiversity. This #EarthHour, join us on 30 March 2019 at 8:30pm local time, to switch off and speak up why nature matters.


UAE plans to join 188 countries globally on 30th March in marking Earth Hour 2019 through switching lights off in order to show its commitment in protecting planet in addition to raising awareness towards environment.

Earth Hour 2019 focuses its efforts to raise awareness besides inspiring action on conserving biodiversity which declines globally at an unprecedented rate accompanied with ever-present challenge regarding climate change.

Thousands of landmarks from Eiffel Tower to Sydney Opera House & Empire State Building to Burj Khalifa are going to switch lights off in solidarity in order to raise awareness about nature in addition to encouraging governments, individuals & businesses globally to be a part of needed solutions to build healthy planet.

2019, is set to be record breaker with 188 countries to encourage action on environmental issues relevant to them.

UAE is recognized in 2008 as first country in Arab world that participate in Earth Hour.

Celebrations of Earth Hour have contributed over years to raise awareness about conserving energy.

Earth Hour draw attention in UAE to losses of nature besides shedding light on importance of living sustainably whether through use of conserving water, less consumption of energy & plastic.

As world marks Earth Hour 2019, UAE Nature-WWF urges every person to change their life that help in protecting our planet.

UAE community is invited in celebration of Earth Hour 2019,the largest grassroots movement in the World for environment that takes place on 30th March at 8:30 pm in order to inspire millions to show their commitment to planet.

“In this year’s UAE chapter of Earth Hour, we urge each and every resident to take part in this global initiative. We stress that now more than ever, we need to unite, connect to nature and stand together for the planet. Whether it is by being energy-efficient, eating less red meat, using public transport or choosing sustainable products, now is the time to adopt new habits”

Earth Hour on Twitter

Tomorrow, on Saturday 30 March 8:30 p.m. local time, skylines around the world will go dark as millions of people celebrate #EarthHour to show their commitment to protecting the planet 🙂 This is our chance to switch off and speak up for nature. #Connect2Earth https://t.co/hR2hzuTRKf

DEWA, Dubai Electricity & Water Authority, encourages public & people organizations in Dubai  to join people globally to show their support for Earth through switching unnecessary electric appliances off from 20:30 to 21:30 local time.

DEWA asked public to reduce emission of carbon which causes global warming using hashtags #EarthHourDubai, & #Connect2Earth on www.earthhour.ae & social medias.

DEWA will organize activities at Marasi Promenade Business Bay from 16:00 to 22:00in Dubai to promote rational use of electricity.

“Earth Hour Walk”begin at 20:30 with officials, public figures, government director generals & representatives from private & public sectors, schools & universities.

DEWA recorded a reduction of 140 tonnes of carbon emissions equivalent to 323MW reduction in electricity use.

“Over 80% of people who took part in Earth Hour last year felt inspired to do more to protect our planet. This year, there is no reason why we cannot make a promise to live more sustainably. Our late founding father Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan’s vision long preceded the present-day global conservationists’ movement; he loved nature and wildlife and understood the importance of preserving every source we have from nature by putting it to productive use. Sheikh Zayed lived and died with the values of conservation close to his heart, and it is our duty to uphold his legacy every day and not just during Earth Hour”

DEWA | Official Page on Twitter

We can all do our part! Remember to #Connect2Earth by switching off all lights tonight from 8:30 PM for #EarthHourDubai. Credit: @vincebal https://t.co/9OGikxSJi2

On Saturday, UAE major landmarks, private & public institution including Burj Khalifa, Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque as skylines across nation plunge into darkness will observe event through turning lights off during Earth Hour. A series of activities & events regarding awareness will be held in celebration of Earth Hour.

Etisalat is going to join companies globally on 30th March in order to mark Earth Hour which is considered largest movement on Earth to support action on climate change.

Ten of buildings related to Etisalat across UAE will switch lights off besides non-essential electronics from 8:30 to 9:30pm.

Etisalat invests in green technologies besides smart innovative systems along with its strategy to lead digital future.

etisalat UAE on Twitter

Connect2Earth this #EarthHour ? Switch off the lights and show our support for nature! @earthhour

Meraas, company with activity in tourism, healthcare, hospitality, real estate, F&B,  retail, leisure & entertainment based in Dubai confirmed its participation in Earth Hour to raise awareness in region of precious resources of Mother Earth which are under threat.

Meraas will switch lights off across nine destinations that include Bluewaters, City Walk, Al Seef,  Boxpark, Kite Beach, Last Exit,  La Mer, Outlet Village & beach.

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