Earth Hour 2014

Tourism Tattler is calling on all African countries and the travel trade to unite for Earth Hour 2014, on 29 March at 8:30PM local time. Africa is lagging behind the rest of the world. So far, only seven of the 54 countries in Africa are participating in Earth Hour Blue 2014.
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A big thank you to everyone who joined Tourism Tattler’s call to unite for Earth Hour 2014. Millions of people in more than 150 countries and 7000 cities across all 7 continents came together for Earth Hour 2014 on 29 March at 8:30PM local time. To view the Earth Hour movement in action, visit the official website at http://www.earthhour.org/live

A big thank you to everyone who joined Tourism Tattler’s call to unite for Earth Hour 2014. Millions of people in more than 150 countries and 7000 cities across all 7 continents came together for Earth Hour 2014 on 29 March at 8:30PM local time. To view the Earth Hour movement in action, visit the official website at http://www.earthhour.org/live

Earth Hour 2013 broke all records to become the largest movement for the planet in human history, spanning over 7,000 cities, and 154 countries with a digital reach of 354 million. Read more at: http://www.tourismtattler.com/?p=11916

Earth Hour 2013 broke all records to become the largest movement for the planet in human history, spanning over 7,000 cities, and 154 countries with a digital reach of 354 million. Read more at: http://www.tourismtattler.com/?p=11916

Kenya first took part in Earth Hour in 2009 and is organised by WWF. The highlight in 2011 was a high-level cocktail reception, a public music concert, and the support we received from world champion athletes. http://www.earthhour.org/kenya

Kenya first took part in Earth Hour in 2009 and is organised by WWF. The highlight in 2011 was a high-level cocktail reception, a public music concert, and the support we received from world champion athletes. http://www.earthhour.org/kenya

Since Madagascar’s first Earth Hour celebration, the event has been growing every year. After 2013’s devastating Hurricane Haruna, we distributed 1,000 fuel efficient stoves to people in the hardest hit areas. This year we plan to do even more. http://www.earthhour.org/madagascar

Since Madagascar’s first Earth Hour celebration, the event has been growing every year. After 2013’s devastating Hurricane Haruna, we distributed 1,000 fuel efficient stoves to people in the hardest hit areas. This year we plan to do even more. http://www.earthhour.org/madagascar

Through the initiative of Association Civique Midlands (ACM) and with the support of the Sydney movement, Mauritius became the first country in Southern Hemisphere outside of Australia to celebrate the Earth Hour in 2007 at Domaine de Lagrave. Read more http://www.earthhour.org/mauritius

Through the initiative of Association Civique Midlands (ACM) and with the support of the Sydney movement, Mauritius became the first country in Southern Hemisphere outside of Australia to celebrate the Earth Hour in 2007 at Domaine de Lagrave. Read more http://www.earthhour.org/mauritius

WWF-Nigeria’s Earth Hour team has reached about 30 million in the country with an awareness campaign on major environmental problems in Nigeria such as deforestation and climate change. Read more at http://www.earthhour.org/nigeria

WWF-Nigeria’s Earth Hour team has reached about 30 million in the country with an awareness campaign on major environmental problems in Nigeria such as deforestation and climate change. Read more at http://www.earthhour.org/nigeria

WWF-SA is asking individuals and organisations to make a public promise to the Earth by thinking about their choices around food, water and energy use, and understanding how these impact on the environment.Each time a promise is posted on the “How do you honour the Earth” online platform at wwf.org.za, a virtual planet will be restored from degraded to beautiful.

WWF-SA is asking individuals and organisations to make a public promise to the Earth by thinking about their choices around food, water and energy use, and understanding how these impact on the environment.Each time a promise is posted on the “How do you honour the Earth” online platform at wwf.org.za, a virtual planet will be restored from degraded to beautiful.

Swaziland joined Earth Hour in 2011 and is coordinated by Nathi Mzileni and his school's environmental group, Green Enviro. Earth Hour inspired the country to save 13.04 megawatts hours of electricity during the event. http://www.earthhour.org/swaziland

Swaziland joined Earth Hour in 2011 and is coordinated by Nathi Mzileni and his school's environmental group, Green Enviro. Earth Hour inspired the country to save 13.04 megawatts hours of electricity during the event. http://www.earthhour.org/swaziland

Earth Hour in Uganda is an exciting mobilisation tool that draws attention to the plight of the planet. Through initiatives like the Earth Hour Forest, there is an opportunity to unite people around a common purpose. http://www.earthhour.org/uganda

Earth Hour in Uganda is an exciting mobilisation tool that draws attention to the plight of the planet. Through initiatives like the Earth Hour Forest, there is an opportunity to unite people around a common purpose. http://www.earthhour.org/uganda

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