Earth Hour 2014 celebrated with a CENN eco-camp

This year, to celebrate the Earth Hour 2014, CENN hosted a special eco-camp on March 28-30. 24 eco-clubs members and their teachers gathered from the Kakheti, Imereti, Racha and Lower Katli regions of Georgia in the CENN Bulachauri training center. Seminars on civil activism and Protected Areas of Georgia were held, as well as a discussion on European values and environmental protection.

In the evening, eco-camp participants joined an Earth Hour celebration event in the Round Garden.

This year Georgia joined Earth Hour for the sixth time. Landmarks in Tbilisi went dark from20:30 – 21:30, including: The Peace Bridge, Narikala fortress, St. George monument on Freedom Square, street lights on Rustaveli and Aghmashenebeli avenues, The Youth Palace, Shota Rustaveli Theatre, municipal and governmental offices, The Presidential Palace, and United Nations House.

Earth Hour is the world’s largest environmental action, with millions of people turning off their lights for a greener and safer future for the planet.

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