Earth Hour 2022 - The Mayor's Parlour
HM Government of Gibraltar Press Release
Earth Hour 2022: ‘For us and Future Generations….’ - 202/2022
MARCH 23, 2022
Earth Hour 2022: Everyone has the power to shape our future
Earth Hour is on Saturday 26th of March at 8.30 pm.
Today the Mayor’s Office released its videoclip for the Earth Hour Campaign.
The Office of the Commissioner is once again partnering with the Mayor’s Office to seek videoclips that inspire and engage participation in hopeful visions for the future in celebration of Earth Hour. In keeping with the global Earth Hour theme, this year we are looking at the future, in the context of the past and present and asking the community to engage actively in shaping the future.
We ask you, Gibraltar's community, to consider how Gibraltar is changing over time. Get involved by identifying a space, place, team, organization in Gibraltar and show us how it has changed over time and how you would like it to be in 2030.
This is your time to get creative! Share photos, illustrations, artwork, artefacts, legowork, poetry of the past, present and most importantly, the visions of your preferred future for your area, location, team or organisation in Gibraltar.
Please create 60-90s videoclips that capture these changes over time and post them on social media. finish the video with the following phrase:
‘Everyone has the power to shape our future….for us and future generations…’
The videoclip may be posted on Twitter or Facebook between the 24th March and the 26th of March. The hashtags of #earthhour, #sustainablegibraltar and #Today4Tomorrow can also be included. If posting on Twitter, please tag @FutureGibraltar @GibEarthHour
To watch last year’s contributions from Gibraltar, please visit https://www.futuregenerations.gi/news/earth-hour-2021-36
The Commissioner, Prof. Daniella Tilbury, formed part of the WWF Australia Board and team that had established the movement in Sydney in 2007. Since then, Earth Hour has become the world’s largest grassroots effort for the environment, engaging millions of people across more than 190 countries and territories. You can learn more about the initiative here. Carmel Khalilian, Futures Forward Academy is supporting this years’ campaign.