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Earth Hour 2013 10-year-old blogger creates campaign

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Earth Hour. Saturday March 23, 2013. 8:30-9:30pm.
Earth Hour 2013 10-year-old blogger creates campaign. Hannah Alyer, Toronto

Ten-year-old eco-blogger creates Earth Hour campaign. Stop. Start. Continue.

TORONTO Canada Earth Hour 2013.
Out of the mouth of babes. One of the most popular kid bloggers 10-year-old Toronto-based Hannah Alper (CallMeHannah.ca ) launched her STOP. START. CONTINUE. campaign for Earth Hour 2013. Happening Saturday March 23th from 8:30pm-9:30pm (ET).

Hannah feels that kids are passionate about supporting causes that promote help and change for the environment. “Earth Hour should be a time to connect with your family and friends to talk about and renew your commitment to the environment.”

This Pledge and certificate encourages individuals and families to consider what they can do in the year ahead for the well-being of the environment.”

“Earth Hour encourages all of us to unplug and shut off. I want people to really think about why they are shutting down for the hour. And think about what they can do to help. We can all do something.”

Hannah hopes The Pledge that is available in four pdf formats to download and print from her blog will find a place in the home, office or classroom. And will be proudly displayed to make families and kids feel good to remind them of their commitment.

A few of Hannah’s Ideas for The Pledge.

Stop!
• Littering.
• Using plastic water bottles.
• Leaving lights on when you leave the room.
• Using plastic bags.
• Throwing out what can be donated or reused such as clothes, toys or books.

Start/Continue.
• Unplug electronics when not using them.
• Organize a cleanup in my neighborhood.

Get involved with local causes.
• Grow a garden.
• Turn off the water when you are brushing your teeth.

When you power down for the hour she wants you to spend that time and think about what you can do. What you change. What you can stop, start and continue. Three things that’s it. Those three things add up to a big difference.

Caesars Eastern Division Sheds Light by Turning off Lights.

Atlantic City, NJ.
For the seventh year Caesars Entertainment’s Eastern Division (Caesars, Harrah’s Resort, Bally’s, Showboat Atlantic City and Harrah’s Philadelphia) committed all of its resort and casino properties to participate in the World Wildlife Fund’s Earth Hour. Visually demonstrating its responsibility to operating in an environmentally conscience manner.

All Caesars Entertainment worldwide resorts and casinos shut off non-essential exterior lighting and marquees which do not pose a security risk from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m., local time on Saturday, March 23.

“The time to reduce our carbon footprint is now and Earth Hour is a unified visual representation of Caesars Entertainment’s commitment to the environment,” said Danny Brockdorf, Regional Vice President of Marketing for Caesars Entertainment.  “We have responsibilities to our guests, employees and to the environment. As a worldwide company we are proud to have invested over $70 million into finding more efficient energy solutions.”

For more information please visit www.caesars.com.

About Earth Hour.
Earth hour is an event in which millions of people turn off their lights for one hour in support of action on climate change. And toward creating a cleaner, safer and more secure future. Now in its fifth year Earth Hour asks people the world over to go beyond the hour and think about what else they can do to make a difference when the lights come back on.

Earth Hour is the largest event of its kind in the world. In 2011 a record 135 countries took part in the observance as well as international landmarks including the Golden Gate Bridge, Empire State Building, Eiffel Tower and the Great Pyramids. As well as the city skylines of Las Vegas, Hong Kong and Tel Aviv.

Earth Hour 2011 was also the first Earth Hour to go beyond the hour by asking supporters to think about what else they can do to make a difference. Beyondthehour.org was launched to give supporters a place to share stories and pledge to do more.

To get a better sense of the magnitude of the effort, please take a moment to watch WWF’s video about Earth Hour www.earthhour.org.

And please remember to shut the lights off when you leave a room!

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