As the largest environmental event in history, Earth Hour launched its 2012 campaign “I Will If You Will” to showcase how everyone has the power to change the world they live in.
For the first time, Earth Hour, being held on 31 March, is taking a giant leap from its annual lights out event to offer a further opportunity for its communities to be part of the world’s environmental solution.
Earth Hour began as a one city initiative in 2007, and has since grown to be a 5, 251 city strong global movement, reaching 1.8 billion people in 135 countries across all seven continents.
Earth Hour 2012 will take place at 8.30pm – 9.30pm on Saturday 31 March
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The General Assembly’s Resolution 65/151 called on the Secretary-General, in consultation with the inter-agency group UN-Energy to organize and coordinate activities to be undertaken during the Year in order to “increase awareness of the importance of addressing energy issues, including modern energy services for all, access to affordable energy, energy efficiency and the sustainability of energy sources and use” at local, national, regional and international levels.
Sean E Avery creates all animal sculptures using recycled materials like old CDs, computer hard drives, and so on. He blends many different man made materials together to make them appear strangely organic, with a distinct sense of movement. The nature of his sculpture practice ensures that each piece will be completely unique. He only uses recycled materials to create all sculptures, which classifies his work as “Sustainable Art”.