An estimated 50 to 100 million people around the world switched off their lights for Earth Hour in 2008, and global landmarks including the Golden Gate Bridge, Rome’s Colosseum, the Coke billboard in Times Square and Jumeirah Hotel in Dubai darkened for one hour.
In 2009, Earth Hour aims to reach 1 billion people around the world in more than 1000 cities involving business, government and the community in the world’s largest global action on climate change on 28 March 2009.
In 2009, millions of people from all walks of life will join together for Earth Hour and show the world that it’s possible to take action on global warming.
Come on Indonesia, join us for Earth Hour 2009, turn off your lights at 8.30pm Saturday 28 March and sign-up here at earthhour.org.
Friday, March 06, 2009
Indonesian Cities Embrace Earth Hour
Indonesia and many other Indonesian cities are gearing up for Earth Hour 2009. Local businesses in Indonesia are contributing to Earth Hour and will be switching off their lights on the night. Thousands of people, around the Indonesia, will be coming together to light a candle in support of this global warming awareness initiative.