All posts tagged: earth hour cayman

Be Kind to Planet Earth…

  A belated Project: Words of Kindness post. One of the best ways that we can be kind to planet Earth, is by being as environmentally responsible as we can.  The clock is ticking and Earth Hour is just days away.  How exciting!  Earth Hour is an internationally celebrated event.  A worldwide symbolic gesture of turning off non-essential lights to illuminate environmental issues such as: climate change and the need to reduce our carbon emissions. Take the pledge: Lights Out for Earth Hour A great way to participate in Earth Hour, is by taking a pledge to turn off non-essential lights during Earth Hour, 8:30pm-9:30pm local time.  You can go a step beyond that, and choose to get unplugged for Earth Hour.  Unplug any electronic devices that are fully charged or not needed for use, or considered non-essential.  Remember, items that are turned off, yet still plugged in, are still burning electricity, known as “phantom electricity.” Consider unplugging  items which are non-essential or not needed for use. Take the pledge and support the National Trust for …

1 Week Until Earth Hour: Lights Out

  Earth Hour is 1 week away!  This year, join the National Trust for the Cayman Islands celebrating Earth Hour at The Crescent, Camana Bay, Saturday 28th March 2015 from 6:00pm-9:30pm.  The evening will include an intimate outdoor concert, with acoustic performances by David Innis and the Sing Rays.  Earth Hour Cayman is a free event, great for friends and the whole family.   From 8:30pm-9:30pm in honor of Earth Hour, the lights of The Crescent Fountain will be turned off. Earth Hour was created by World Wildlife Fund, and is internationally recognized. Globally, on March 28th, from 8:30pm-9:30pm, participating countries are asked to turn off non-essential lights, to stand in solidarity raising awareness for the planet. In honor of Earth Hour, Saturday 28th March 2015 from 8:30pm-9:30pm please pledge to help the planet. You can pledge to turn off non-essential lights as part of a global movement to raise awareness for the environment.  Take the Earth Hour Cayman Pledge, and support the National Trust for the Cayman Islands.  Cayman, let’s work together to raise awareness about …