Tonight, the world’s largest climate mark, Earth Hour, takes place, and more than one billion people all over the world will turn off their lights as a symbolic act to stop the climatic changes. Earth Hour is an arrangement by World Wildlife Found (WWF).
Climatic changes and human interference in nature represents a threat to animals and plants. Since the 1970s, the number of mammals, birds, fish, reptiles and amphibians has been reduced by 50 %. UKEhjelpa are proud to participate in WFFs work by donating all our raised money to WWFs climate work.
During miniUKA you can support UKEhjelpa by using our photo booth and joining our karaoke-nights at Samfunnet. We will also attend the international day in Ås centre as face painters.
WWF and UKEhjelpa encourage you all to participate in Earth Hours decade mark tonight by turning off your lights between 20.30-21.30! You can find the event on Facebook here.