Earth Hour - a step towards a more sustainable world

When: 8:30 PM, Saturday 23 March

All those who pledge will go into the draw to win a free solar power system valued at $7,500!

About Earth Hour

In 2012 Earth Hour reached its biggest peak thus far! 152 countries took part, with over 7 million people switching off their lights to support a more sustainable world.

Earth Hour endeavours to raise awareness for the implementation of clean and renewable energy sources as carbon emissions continue to rise.

                “A renewable energy revolution is underway! And there has never been a better time for Australia to lead.”

The Pledge

Making the pledge is easy!

This year is not only about switching off your lights between 8.30pm – 9.30pm on 23 March 2013, it is also about pledging to make the switch to renewable energies.

Just visit www.earthhour.org.au and follow the links to make your pledge.

If you are one of 1.5 million households which have already made the switch, the pledge is still open to you!

For further information, please contact the City’s Project Officer – Parks & Environment, Jackie Parker on 9273 6027, or by email at Jacqueline.parker@vincent.wa.gov.au.

SOLAHART offer - $400 off PV & SOLAR HOT WATER

Click this link to download a printable PDF of the below SOLAHART offer.

Contact your local SOLAHART store for further details.

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