EARTH HOUR 2021
Earth Hour has grown into a global movement for sustainable development. This year Earth Hour takes place on 27th March at 8.30pm.
The Office of the Commissioner for Sustainable Development and Future Generations in partnership with His Workship the Mayor and Gibraltar Cultural Services, is encouraging the community to see Gibraltar’s future in a new light as part of the 2021 Earth Hour campaign.
As well as joining the symbolic action of switching off lights, it is asking the community to imagine a brighter, positive and sustainable future for Gibraltar. Individual, families, groups and organisations are invited to create their vision and film themselves explaining their Vision for Gibraltar in 2030.
As well as posting and sharing their visions on social media, the partnership will be selecting a number of entries to exhibit their work later in the year.
Full press release can be accessed here
A video has been prepared to provide guidance on how best to prepare your videoclip for the Earth Hour Campaign:
His Worship the Mayor, John Gonçalves
Gibraltar Cultural Services, Davina Barbara
Commissioner for Sustainable Development and Future Generations, Prof DaniellaTilbury
Futures Forward Academy Project Lead, Tammy Randall
HMGOG Department for the Environment
Youth Services - Joyful Riot
Deputy Mayor and GAMPA Director, Christian Santos
Bahai Community, Gibraltar
Gibraltar Women's Futsal Team
St Joseph's Infact School Class 2K
St Joseph's Infact School Class 2T
Advanced Leadership Foundation US-Gibraltar
Loreto Convent School
Sister Cities Raleigh-Gibraltar
Our Precious Oceans
A Poem by Rosanna Morales
St Anne’s Upper Primary School