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Support renewable energy this Saturday during Earth Hour

Monday, March 18, 2013

Sheffield Heeley MP Meg Munn will be showing her support this Saturday for energy powered by nature as part of WWF’s Earth Hour 2013. She also calls for people to take part in Earth Hour on Saturday 23rd March at 8.30pm to show their support for energy that works with the power of nature, not against it.


In Westminster Members of Parliament put wind, wave, and solar power symbols on a UK weather map to symbolise the need for more renewable energy - to help protect our planet. Our future relies on us moving away from unsustainable energy sources and toward renewable energy.


In the UK we consume three times our fair share of the planet’s natural resources. Our reliance on high carbon fossil fuels like coal, oil and gas is overheating the atmosphere and affecting the climate.  Last year over 7 million people in the UK took part in WWF’s Earth Hour. This unique global phenomenon encourages every corner of the globe to switch off for one hour and includes iconic landmarks such as The Houses of Parliament, the Sydney Opera House and the Taj Mahal. 


Meg said:


“The Earth Hour is a simple idea that brings together millions of people across the globe who all care about one thing our planet.    In the UK, our energy system needs to change and I want wind, wave and solar power to be part of the future.  If we are serious about shaping a better future for generations to come, then we need to act now.”


To find out about the Earth Hour visit: http://earthhour.wwf.org.uk/

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