Earth Hour Live

Tonight, millions of people are joining together, and turning off their lights to help make a difference and raise awareness about the issue of global warming. See how the world is taking part, with these live news feeds and images from participating cities. Don't forget to share your Earth Hour moments too. Remember - turn off your lights!

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Earth Hour Corporate Breakfast - Tues 4th March 2008

Date: Tuesday 4th March

Venue: Melbourne Town Hall, Swanston St

Time: 7:30-9am

Cost: $1,500 for four tickets
($1360 is tax deductible as a donation to WWF-Australia)

Hosted by:

  • Lord Mayor, John So
  • Mr Don Churchill, Chief Executive & Publisher, The Age

Guest speakers / attendees include:

  • Greg Bourne CEO, WWF-Australia
  • Tony Wood, General Manager, Public and Government Affairs, Origin Energy
  • Suzanne Kerwan, Director, Australia and New Zealand
  • Hamish and Andy, Austereo

For bookings call Annette Brook on 03 9650 8800 or
Register online at:

On the 29th March at 8pm, Melbourne will help to fight global warming by being part of Earth Hour 2008, when every major Australian capital city and over 20 others around the world will turn off city lights for one hour.

Earth Hour is part of a long term process to inspire people to make simple changes on a daily basis leading to a reduction in emissions of 5% over one year.

Your attendance at the following lead-up event will demonstrate corporate Melbourne's unified support for taking action against global warming.

This is a WWF fundraising event. All proceeds will go towards Earth Hour initiatives across the Melbourne industry sectors and the broader community.

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