2013 Earth hour celebration

By Unknown
February 15, 2013

Reference No. (2013-02-09)





DATE : February 15, 2013


WWF Philippines invites all cities to participate in EARTH HOUR, to be held 23 March 2013.  Cities may participate in EARTH HOUR by taking the lead in switching off lights from 8:30PM – 9:30PM on 23 March 2013.

In addition to the annual switch-off event, WWF Philippines, through the significant support of various partners, will be continuing its information and education campaign on climate change, particularly for the local goverment and the academic sectors, focusing on the themes of energy efficiency, renewable energy and climate adaptation.

Notices of participation and local activities can by sent to the WWF Secretariat at Earth Hour, through (02) 920.7923/26/31 local 17 or 19 or email them at

Alternatively, you may also contact Mr. Alvin Asis, Head of the Environment Unit, at 02.470.6813 and 0917.997.1336, or through email at

Accompanying this memorandum is a
briefer on the activity and a reply form.

For your kind information.

Thank you very much for your usual support.


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