1. WWF Australia in 2007 initiated the Earth Hour to signal to the Australian governments, businesse and communities the importance of Global warming and climate change. The city of Sydney did it nd about 2.2 Australians took part.
2. In 2008, a total of 370 cities in 35 countries within 18 time zones took part, and the meassage went to the World's leaders even clearer.
3. This year WWF International hopes more than 1000 cities take part with more than 1 billion people participate in sending the message to their governments, businesses, communities and individuals.
4. WWF Malaysia hopes to initiate it tonight at 2030 hr both at KL Tower and Dataran Merdeka. It is our hope Malaysians in all walk of life will switch off light for an hour. It is a small gesture on our part but it means a lot to the sustainable energy and climate change initiatives.
5. This year in May the world leaders are going to meet in Copenhagen to talk about climate change and global warming and we hope the messages are delivered.
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