LA HORA DEL PLANETA 2011 (antes y despues en cada ciudad)
La gente, los gobiernos, empresas y organizaciones observaron la Hora del Planeta 2011…. 134 países en todo el mundo apagaron las luces el pasado Sábado, 26 de marzo, a las 8:30 pm.
El movimiento para crear conciencia sobre el consumo de energía tomó relevancia con el incidente de la central nuclear japonesa, paralizada después del terremoto y el tsunami resultante allí.
Aquí se dan cita una serie de fotografias del “antes y después”
An Indian family hold candles during an Earth Hour campaign in Mumbai on March 26, 2011. (Sajjad Hussain/AFP/Getty Images)
Sydney Harbor four days before Earth Hour,
Towers in Hong Kong’s central financial district
The Las Vegas Strip seen before and during Earth Hour from the House of Blues Foundation Room inside the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino.
The Welcome Statue fountain is seen before and during Earth Hour in Jakarta.
The Taipei 101 tower in Tapei before and during Earth Hour.
The Lions Gate Bridge before and as lights were turned off for Earth Hour, as seen from from West Vancouver.
The National Stadium (top), also known as the “Bird’s Nest”, and the National Aquatics Center, also known as the “Water Cube”, both icons of the 2008 Olympics, are seen before and during Earth Hour observations in Beijing
Singapore’s central business district lit up before Earth Hour, and dimmed during the observance.
The temple of the Parthenon in Athens shines brightly before Earth Hour, and dims during the observance.
The Brandenburg Gate in Berlin lit up before and dark during observance of Earth Hour.
The lights around Budapest’s downtown, with the oldest Hungarian bridge ‘The Chain Bridge’, and Buda Palace shine brightly before and go dim during Earth Hour.
Gotaplatsen Square and Kungsportsavenyn Street before and during Earth Hour in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Times Square in New York observes Earth Hour…somewhat.
Rio de Janeiro’s iconic Christ the Redeemer statue is shown before and during Earth Hour in Brazil.