Earth Hour 2011 in Georgia – an Unprecedented Success!  


The Earth Hour 2011 campaign in Georgia unified an unprecedented number of participants. Government structures, NGOs, international and private organizations, as well as individuals switched off non-essential lights and appliances from 8:30 pm to 9:30 pm local time on Saturday, March 26.


CENN has successfully lobbied for the switch-off of the following iconic landmarks of cultural, historical, and political significance in Tbilisi:

As the official representative and coordinator of Earth Hour in Georgia, CENN would like to thank the following entities/organizations for their participation in and support of this year’s initiative:

In addition, we would like to thank the following media organizations for their informational support:

Along with the aforementioned landmarks, the entities/organizations listed above also switched off their non-essential internal and/or external illumination during Earth Hour 2011.


Thank you for being a part of the most widespread environmental initiative in the world! Your participation contributed greatly to awareness raising and set humankind one step further in its fight against climate change and global warming.


We are looking forward to an even further increase in participation next year!


Please, view a slide-show of the photos taken during Earth Hour 2011 Georgia on the following URL:


Click here to view the Earth Hour Global 2011’s Favorites slide-show, where you will also be able to see several photos from Georgia: