2009年3月28日星期六

Bird´s Nest, NCPA of China to join The Earth Hour


File photo of National Centre For The Performing Arts(NCPA), in Beijing, China. NCPA will join The Earth Hour. The Earth Hour, launched two years ago in Australia by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the global conservation organization, calls on people, communities and cities to turn off non-essential lights for one hour starting at 8:30 p.m. local time (1230 GMT) on March 28. The symbolic effort will be observed by more than 1,000 cities and close to a billion people this year. (Xinhua Photo)

File photo of National Centre For The Performing Arts(NCPA),
in Beijing, China. NCPA will join The Earth Hour.
The Earth Hour, launched two years ago in Australia by
the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the global conservation
organization, calls on people, communities and cities
to turn off non-essential lights for one hour starting at
8:30 p.m. local time (1230 GMT) on March 28. The symbolic
effort will be observed by more than 1,000 cities and close
to a billion people this year. (Xinhua Photo)


File photo of the National Stadium, namely the Bird's Nest, in Beijing, China. Bird's Nest will join The Earth Hour. The Earth Hour, launched two years ago in Australia by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the global conservation organization, calls on people, communities and cities to turn off non-essential lights for one hour starting at 8:30 p.m. local time (1230 GMT) on March 28. The symbolic effort will be observed by more than 1,000 cities and close to a billion people this year. (Xinhua Photo)

File photo of the National Stadium, namely the Bird's Nest,
in Beijing, China. Bird's Nest will join The Earth Hour.
The Earth Hour, launched two years ago in Australia by
the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the global conservation
organization, calls on people, communities and cities to
turn off non-essential lights for one hour starting at 8:30
p.m. local time (1230 GMT) on March 28. The symbolic effort
will be observed by more than 1,000 cities and close to a
billion people this year. (Xinhua Photo)


Pupils put on their signatures during the initiation ceremony of the Earth Hour for Environment Protection, in Shenyang, capital of northeast China's Liaoning Province, March 24, 2009. The Earth Hour, launched two years ago in Australia by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the global conservation organization, calls on people, communities and cities to turn off non-essential lights for one hour starting at 8:30 p.m. local time (1230 GMT) on March 28. The symbolic effort will be observed by more than 1,000 cities and close to a billion people this year. (Xinhua/Zhang Wenkui)

Pupils put on their signatures during the initiation ceremony
of the Earth Hour for Environment Protection, in Shenyang,
capital of northeast China's Liaoning Province, March 24,
2009. The Earth Hour, launched two years ago in Australia
by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the global conservation
organization, calls on people, communities and cities to
turn off non-essential lights for one hour starting at
8:30 p.m. local time (1230 GMT) on March 28. The symbolic
effort will be observed by more than 1,000 cities and close
to a billion people this year. (Xinhua/Zhang Wenkui)


Pupils gather on the campus to attend the initiation ceremony of the Earth Hour for Environment Protection, in Shenyang, capital of northeast China's Liaoning Province, March 24, 2009. The Earth Hour, launched two years ago in Australia by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the global conservation organization, calls on people, communities and cities to turn off non-essential lights for one hour starting at 8:30 p.m. local time (1230 GMT) on March 28. The symbolic effort will be observed by more than 1,000 cities and close to a billion people this year. (Xinhua/Zhang Wenkui)

Pupils gather on the campus to attend the initiation
ceremony of the Earth Hour for Environment Protection,
in Shenyang, capital of northeast China's Liaoning Province,
March 24, 2009. The Earth Hour, launched two years ago in
Australia by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the global
conservation organization, calls on people, communities
and cities to turn off non-essential lights for one hour
starting at 8:30 p.m. local time (1230 GMT) on March 28.
The symbolic effort will be observed by more than 1,000
cities and close to a billion people this year.
(Xinhua/Zhang Wenkui)

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