In support of Earth Hour, lights will be out in Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Labuan on Sat., March 28 for one hour starting 8:30pm.
Earth Hour is an annual event that World Wide Fund for Nature/World Wildlife Fund (WWF) started in Sydney, Australia, in 2007 to get households and businesses to turn off their lights for an hour to raise awareness on climate change.
Malaysia is joining the effort this year. So far, 1,189 cities and towns have pledged their support to Earth Hour 2009 and the aim is to get one billion votes to be presented during the meet in Copenhagen for the United Nations Climate Change conference in December.
On the local front, World Wildlife Foundation Malaysia hopes to get at least five million people to take part in the programme. Let's do our small part to help our planet. If we don't, who will!
Source: The Star.Lights out in KL, Putrajaya and Labuan
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