A performance by acappella group Just Vocal Band will be held in the main lobby of The Westin Taipei to attract guests to congregate in the area, ensuring the lights are off in their rooms.
"While Earth Hour may have lost some of its momentum in B.C.in recent years, we still see this as a symbolic event - a way to raise awareness about energy conservation", said Chris O'Riley, BC Hydro's President and Chief Operating Officer.
The world will celebrate Earth Hour on Saturday night by switching off lights and going "dark" for one hour to encourage participation in fighting climate change.
Guests expected to attend the event include Jen Santos of ABS-CBN Lingkod Kapamilya Bantay Kalikasan; Archival Malforte, Earth Hour Champion for the Philippines; Louis Faure of Gawad Kalinga Enchanted Farm; and Benj Paras and Ryan Melad of IM Agency.
"This initiative of WWF-India also urges us to give up actions detrimental to the environment and to build awareness on protection of biodiversity through the slogan, Give up to Give Back', he said".
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The number of participating countries has increased every year since the Earth Hour movement began.
Everyone can support WWF's Earth Hour 2018.
The Earth Hour movement started in 2007, when over 2.2 million people and 2,000 company headquarters in Sydney turned off the lights for one hour to draw attention on climate change.
Speaking about the campaign, Ms. Farida Tampal, State Director, Hyderabad Office, WWF-India said, "Earth Hour theme this year is unique and interesting - Connect to Earth". We'll feature a selection of the most interesting and inspiring ideas from around the world in an article ahead of the hour on 24 March.
The actual change in electricity from Earth Hour is minimal, with a 2014 report putting the dip at around 4 percent.
In Christchurch, New Zealand, the city saw a 13 per cent drop in electricity demand during the hour.