Earth Hour 2017 In Uganda.

Earth Hour 2017 In Uganda.
past 7 months ago

Starts: Friday, 17 March, 2017 06:00pm

Ends: Friday, 24 March, 2017 11:00pm

Event Details

Join us these 3days that precede the Earth Hour day (Saturday, March 25), 8:30 PM your time and be a part of our global movement towards building a better tomorrow for our planet and future generations.

Spread the word and bring a friend along! Together, we can unite to shine a light on climate action and Change Climate Change!

From its humble beginnings in 2007, WWF's Earth Hour has grown to become the world’s largest grassroots-led environmental movement for the planet, engaging more than 178 countries and territories worldwide!

2017 marks Earth Hour's tenth anniversary, a new milestone in its commitment to making the planet a better place. Over the past ten years, WWF and Earth Hour teams worldwide have brought thousands of individuals together to help fund and support on-the-ground environmental and social initiatives that serve to advance our goal for a sustainable, climate-friendly future.

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For our Uganda Program:

On 17th, we shall have the Public Sensitisation at Makerere University Poolside from 5pm-8pm.

On 23rd, we shall have our first Activation and follow-up on all those that shall have come up with innovative and creative things like music, dance, recycle mania, artwork, photography, e.t.c that puts emphasis on how to conserve, protect and promote Climate Change. This will be at Makerere University from 5.00pm-8pm.

On 25th (7.00am-12pm): we shall have the Flash-mob activations at Makerere University round-about. A very fascinating and memorable opportunity to showcase through music and dance the importance of creating a movement that promotes all that is on earth.

Later in the evening at exactly 8.30pm, we shall all join others globally to switch off our lights in solidarity and respect of this day.

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You can also visit our website for more information http://earthhour.org/

You can also be part of this by generously sharing your feed here http://www.changeclimatechange.org/en_UG/