Mildura Rural City Council will be switching off for Earth Hour 2018.
Council are set to turn off all non-essential lights at it’s main building for one-hour tomorrow night, as it joins thousands of businesses and residents in support for the environmental movement.
Earth Hour is the world’s largest grass roots environmental campaign, where landmarks and communities switch off their lights to show their support for a brighter future or the planet.
Council will turn off all non-essential lights at its three highest energy-consuming buildings, the Alfred Deakin Center and our Deakin Avenue and Madden Service Centers between 8.30 and 9.30 pm tomorrow night.
This is the eighth year of Council supporting Earth Hour, which not only raises awareness about climate change - but also fits in with the aims of own Energy Management Plan 2017-2021.
Dermot O'Gorman from the WWF says the 2018 theme is about recognizing the risk climate change poses to our iconic wildlife.
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