Ufone has swore to bolster Earth Hour 2016 in relationship with WWF Pakistan as a component of its corporate social obligation and environment supportability endeavors.
Ufone observed the Earth Hour on 19th March from 8:30 PM to 9:30 PM by switching off redundant lights and electrical appliances that lead to extra energy consumption. It also urged its consumers to follow suit. WWF’s Earth Hour is a people’s movement that has gained momentum over the years as it engages all stakeholders globally to turn off non-essential lights for an hour. It was notably started in Sydney, Australia on March 31, 2007 when more than 2.2 individuals and 2,000 businesses switched their lights off for an hour. This exercise later spread across other countries.
The movement has inspired individuals from more than 7000 cities across the world to voice their concerns about climate change and accordingly channelise efforts for the cause, thereby making it the largest voluntary movement witnessed in history.
The world is changing at a quick pace and requests our consideration to the extent environment maintainability is concerned. It about time we considered our planet important and pooled in individual endeavors for a more prominent cause,” said Mr. Amir Pasha, Head of PR and CSR, Ufone, “Earth Hour is not only about sparing vitality for 60 minutes alone yet ought to rather come as an acknowledgment for deduction past ourselves and more towards environment manageability that would advantage the world at a bigger scale. As a major aspect of our corporate social obligation system, we consider it our need to contribute towards this cause and have along these lines related ourselves with WWF to show solidarity at the corporate level.”
In 2015, Earth Hour remains a critical grassroots development for the earth, the effect of which is being seen in groups battling environmental change on an every day level…..
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