Earth Hour 2014 Event | WWF
Earth Hour 2014 Event

Posted on 08 May 2014

Earth Hour set new records for global participation across the planet in March 2014, with 162 countries and territories, and 7,000 cities celebrating the event.
Earth Hour set new records for global participation across the planet in March 2014, with 162 countries and territories, and 7,000 cities celebrating the event.
This year saw the launch of Earth Hour Blue which aims to go beyond the hour with crowdsourcing and crowdfunding initiatives, enabling people to use their voice or their money to support WWF projects.

This year, Earth Hour enlisted the help of Spider-Man to inspire global participants to become Superheroes for the planet by using their power on Earth Hour Blue. The director, producers and cast of the new film The Amazing Spider-Man 2 attended WWF’s global flagship event in Singapore to help switch off the lights on the Marina Bay Skyline.

Singapore the home of Earth Hour and Spider-Man in 2014
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