Earth Hour Campaign 2019 to be launched in March (10:46 19/02/2019)


HNP – The Ha Noi People’s Committee granted Plan No. 42/KH-UBND on February 15th, jointly responding to the Earth Hour Campaign 2019 in the city.


Accordingly, in response to the Earth Hour Campaign 2019, Ha Noi will carry out many missions, such as cooperating with the Department of Energy Efficiency and Sustainable Development (the Ministry of Industry and Trade) to strengthen the popularization of Earth Hour Campaign 2019.


Many activities in response to the campaign are scheduled to be held at Ha Noi University on March 9th, 2019.


Besides, the city will strengthen the popularization on the campaign among agencies, organizations, schools, businesses, households and residential areas in diversified ways.

 

The Earth Hour Campaign 2019 will take place from 8.00 pm to 9.30 pm on March 30th, 2019 (Saturday) at the August Revolution Square. Responding to the campaign, people will turn off lights in their homes during 60-minute earth hour.


The event will be broadcast live on VTV channel with the participation of leaders of the Ministry of Industry and Trade, the Municipal People’s Committee, ministries, sectors, corporations, departments, social – political organizations, foreign organizations, businesses, and volunteers, students and local people.


Especially, the act of switching off lights and other unnecessary electrical devices during the 60-minute earth hour will be implemented simultaneously at famous destinations, public services and key routes in the area, including: Ngoc Son Temple – Rua (Turtle) Tower - The Huc Bridge, Ly Thai To Flower Park, areas around Hoan Kiem Lake, Opera House, Truc Bach Lake, headquarters of the Municipal Party Committee, the People’s Council and the People’s Committee.


By Tran Huong


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