Earth Hour – are you doing your bit?

Mar 28, 2014 |  Conservation & Wildlife
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It’s that time of year again when we encourage everyone – from individuals to businesses – to turn off all non-essential lights as a symbol of our commitment to conserving this fragile planet we all call home.

Earth Hour 2014

At 8.30pm on Saturday 29 March – from central Africa and Lake Malawi to the mighty Zambezi River, the Okavango Delta and the endless sand seas of Namibia – our camps will be in the dark for one hour, illuminated only by lanterns and the irrepressible energy of our staff.

And going forward, by building all our new camps to be 100% solar, we are making sure we celebrate Earth Hour 24 hours a day, 365 days a year!

So please do your bit for our Earth and switch off!

Find out how to get involved and do even more at http://www.earthhour.org/.

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By Josephine Bestic

With a background in wildlife and conservation publishing, copywriter and digital marketer Jo has found her niche happily managing the content for Wilderness Safaris’ social media accounts.

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