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	© Sambo Chheng/ WWF-Cambodia

Earth Hour 2016 - Shine a Light on Climate Action

This year marks Earth Hour’s tenth lights out event, and here at WWF-Cambodia we plan to make it an event to remember! In the past nine years, WWF and Earth Hour teams worldwide have harnessed the power of the movement to raise support and funds for access to renewable energy, protection of wildlife and their habitats, building sustainable livelihoods and driving climate-friendly legislation and policy.

The event will take place on Saturday 19 March, from 5pm at the Royal University of Phnom Penh. This year at WWF-Cambodia we are shining a light on renewable energy and the benefits of solar and wind power over the use of polluting greenhouse gases. We are committed to shining a light on climate action and highlighting how our actions can make a difference. Each individual person can play a part in mitigating the effects of climate change and ensuring a brighter, greener future. We have teamed up with several solar powered companies operating in Cambodia to promote their great work and show the benefits of renewable energy use!! 

Make Your Voice Heard:

Many people have already signed up to donate their feed to Earth Hour to show they care. Do add your voice as well if you haven't already. 

All it takes is three simple steps:
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3) Accept and post to Facebook
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In addition, teams are gearing up for a fantastic campaign.
	© Sambo Chheng/ WWF-Cambodia
Earth Hour 2015 Cambodia
© Sambo Chheng/ WWF-Cambodia

Earth Hour in Cambodia

Last year for Earth Hour 2015, WWF-Cambodia put on a hugely successful event with all-star performances from Meas Soksophea and exciting events throughout the day, and this year is no different!! We already have our star performer confirmed for the line-up and you will just have to stay tuned to find out more!

Earth Hour 2016 - Brand Ambassador Video

Earth Hour Worldwide

But Earth Hour is not just happening in Cambodia. In 2016, Earth Hour will continue to power grassroots efforts across the globe to change climate change including driving a petition for 100 per cent renewable energy in Spain, protecting forests and biodiversity in Africa and helping devise a comprehensive solution to Southeast Asia’s persistent haze crisis by working with governments, businesses and civil society simultaneously on peatland protection and sustainable palm oil.
Earth Hour 2016 will be celebrated on Saturday, 19 March 2016 between 8:30 and 9:30 p.m. in Phnom Penh. Watch this space for all of the exciting events that we have planned for the day, but for now take a look at what happened last year… HERE

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This is our time to change climate change!! 

Earth Hour 2016 - Launch Video