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Earth Hour 2020 Returns to Singapore With Live Music Line Up⁠—Nathan Hartono, RRILEY, and More

Earth Hour returns to Singapore this year in its first-ever fully digital iteration of the well-known sustainability-centric event hosted by World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Singapore. Earth Hour 2020 – Live & Unplugged is a digital livestream performance on Youtube that features a diverse range of local voices aimed at preserving the environment.

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Taking place on 28 March from 5.30pm SGT, Earth Hour 2020 – Live & Unplugged spans three hours, comprising of live music by local artistes and conversations with leading environmental change-makers on the state of our current planetary emergency. Expect star-studded performances from well-loved personalities such as Benjamin Kheng, Nathan Hartono, RRILEY, Sezairi, Preetipls, Inch Chua, and Subhas.

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Earth Hour 2020 – Live & Unplugged is also hosted by seasoned presenters Paul Foster, Charmaine Yee, and Angelique Teo, taking us through the world’s largest global grassroots movement for the environment. It hopes to see millions of people around the world come together to show their commitment to the planet we all call home.

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“It is more important now than ever before for people in Singapore to acknowledge that we are in the midst of an unprecedented planetary emergency which has devastating consequences for
nature and humans,” said Kim Stengert, Chief of Strategic Communication and External Relations at WWF-Singapore. Finally, the livestream will culminate in a symbolic lights-out at 8.30pm local time as a pledge of the nation’s combined efforts towards the environment.

Date & time: 28 March 2020, 5.30pm – 8.30pm

Live streaming at WWF SG’s YouTube channel

Earth Hour Singapore 2020 – Live & Unplugged | Website | Facebook | Instagram | Stream Here


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