Lights out to reflect on Earth Hour
On Saturday, the 28th of March, WWF (The World Wildlife Fund), which is the largest independent conservation association in the world, is promoting Earth Hour, an initiative by which it hopes to makes people reflect on the risks of climate change. WWF has made a worldwide proposal to all businesses and to people in general to instigate a symbolic blackout period of one hour between 8:30 and 9:30 p.m. (between 7:30 and 8:30 p.m. GMT).
We, in our own way, are also going to support this initiative. At eight thirty in the evening and during a period of one hour, it will not be possible to surf this web page. The web page will remain inactive while we, as a firm, reflect on whether as a business company, we are doing enough to take care of the wellbeing of our planet. All of you may also join this voluntary blackout or not, that is a voluntary decision for everyone to take. But it should not be forgotten that a year has 8.760 hours and that our planet needs you during all of those hours.
At 9:30 p.m. (8:30p.m. GMT) we will be back in action, so you won’t miss us for very long.