Earth Hour March w/ WWF McGill, RMS, SSMU EC

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SCBmontreal is co-organizing a hike up Mount Royal on Earth Hour this year to raise awareness about the issue of climate change with WWF McGill, Redpath Museum Society (RMS), and Students’ Society of McGill University Environment Committee. We will also be hosting the Concordia Biology Student Association, the Concordia Biology Graduate Student Association, the Concordia Geography Undergraduate Student Society, the Concordia Political Science Student Association, and the Concordia International Relations Society. It is encouraged to bring a candle as together we will shine a light on climate change.

Project Leader(s): Arun Dayanandan, Jamie Allan

DATE AND TIME

Sat, 25 March 2017
7:45 PM – 9:30 PM EDT

LOCATION

Redpath Museum
859 Rue Sherbrooke Ouest
Montréal, QC H3A 0C4

Join us this Earth Hour and be a part of our movement towards building a better tomorrow for our planet and future generations.

Spread the word and bring a friend along! Together, we can unite to shine a light on climate action and #ChangeClimateChange!

From its humble beginnings in 2007, WWF’s Earth Hour has grown to become the world’s largest grassroots-led environmental movement for the planet, engaging more than 178 countries and territories worldwide!

2017 marks Earth Hour’s tenth anniversary, a new milestone in its commitment to making the planet a better place. Over the past ten years, WWF and Earth Hour teams worldwide have brought thousands of individuals together to help fund and support on-the-ground environmental and social initiatives that serve to advance our goal for a sustainable, climate-friendly future.

Visit our website for more information: http://earthhour.org/

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