Oman’s EA organizes programs to activate Earth Hour

Sohar: The Environment Department in North Al Batinah Governorate today organized a number of programs and events to activate Earth Hour in a number of government and private sector institutions, educational institutions and the local community.

Safia bint Musa Al Zadjali, Awareness and Media Supervisor at the Environment Department in Al Batinah North, explained that the series of programs and events to activate Earth Hour as a global event in which the Sultanate of Oman participates, comes this year under the slogan “Participate with us and be part of the change.” These events and programs continue to target all institutions. Society and individuals until the activation date, which will be this year at (8:30 – 9:30) pm on Saturday, March 25th.

She added: Participation is represented by contributing to reducing the consumption of electrical energy. By shutting off unnecessary appliances and light bulbs for a full hour. Regarding the implemented activities and programmes, she said: The authority launched this initiative with the follow-up and implementation of the Environment Department in North Al Batinah. Global.

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