SOCIETY Updated at 07:59:56 03/14/2017  (Views:  3140 )
Binh Thuan keens on joining

Binh Thuan keens on joining “Earth hour” 2017 campaign

BTO – The “Earth Hour 2017” campaign, which will take place from 8:30pm to 9:30pm on the night of March 25th. Binh Thuan is able to grasp chances to show its interest, responsibility and ability to cope with climate change when participating in the “Earth hour” with the international and national community.

To actively respond to the “Earth Hour” campaign and help raise people’s awareness of energy saving, Chairman of Binh Thuan provincial People’s Committee has had document to urge departments/agencies/bodies to turn off lights and unused electrical appliances during 60-minute Earth Hour. In addition, the local media and Binh Thuan Electricity Company are urged to enhance propaganda, call upon people not to use power, turn off lights for decorations, billboards, advertising panels and especially lamps for out-of-season dragon fruit within an hour of the Earth Hour 2017.

This year, the “Earth Hour” campaign, launched by Vietnam’s Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT), is expected to convey a message “Turn off the lights, Light up the Future” to all Vietnamese citizen across Vietnam. This is an annual international event that has attracted the interest and participation of around 7,000 cities of 172 countries all over the world.

My Thien (Source: Binh Thuan Newspaper)

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