马来西亚快速数学中文论坛
搜索
 
 

结果按:
 


Rechercher 高级搜索

最新主题
» QQ993273922长期帮助海外留学归国人员办理【国外学历学位认证 雅思托福 成绩单 大使馆公证 留学回国人员证明 签证】 等全套留学材料齐全教育部申请存档永久可查
由 qq993273922 1/18/2016, 21:50

» QQ993273922长期帮助海外留学归国人员办理【国外学历学位认证 雅思托福 成绩单 大使馆公证 留学回国人员证明 签证】 等全套留学材料齐全教育部申请存档永久可查
由 qq993273922 1/18/2016, 21:39

» QQ993273922长期帮助海外留学归国人员办理【国外学历学位认证 雅思托福 成绩单 大使馆公证 留学回国人员证明 签证】 等全套留学材料齐全教育部申请存档永久可查
由 qq993273922 1/18/2016, 21:28

» QQ993273922长期帮助海外留学归国人员办理【国外学历学位认证 雅思托福 成绩单 大使馆公证 留学回国人员证明 签证】 等全套留学材料齐全教育部申请存档永久可查
由 qq993273922 1/18/2016, 21:25

» QQ993273922长期帮助海外留学归国人员办理【国外学历学位认证 雅思托福 成绩单 大使馆公证 留学回国人员证明 签证】 等全套留学材料齐全教育部申请存档永久可查
由 qq993273922 1/18/2016, 21:15

» QQ993273922长期帮助海外留学归国人员办理【国外学历学位认证 雅思托福 成绩单 大使馆公证 留学回国人员证明 签证】 等全套留学材料齐全教育部申请存档永久可查
由 qq993273922 1/18/2016, 21:00

» QQ993273922长期帮助海外留学归国人员办理【国外学历学位认证 雅思托福 成绩单 大使馆公证 留学回国人员证明 签证】 等全套留学材料齐全教育部申请存档永久可查
由 qq993273922 1/18/2016, 20:54

» QQ993273922长期帮助海外留学归国人员办理【国外学历学位认证 雅思托福 成绩单 大使馆公证 留学回国人员证明 签证】 等全套留学材料齐全教育部申请存档永久可查
由 qq993273922 1/18/2016, 20:50

» QQ993273922长期帮助海外留学归国人员办理【国外学历学位认证 雅思托福 成绩单 大使馆公证 留学回国人员证明 签证】 等全套留学材料齐全教育部申请存档永久可查
由 qq993273922 1/18/2016, 20:47

马来西亚快速数学中文论坛
马来西亚快速数学中文论坛"




联盟论坛
拉曼大学中文论坛




大馬人文與政經文教論壇"





Earth Hour 27th of March 2010 @8.30pm 呼吁大家一起参与!

向下

Earth Hour 27th of March 2010 @8.30pm 呼吁大家一起参与!

帖子 由 SpeedMaths 于 3/25/2010, 22:35

Welcome to Earth Hour Malaysia 2010.

27th of March 2010 @8.30pm.

爱护地球,请关灯一小时

地球一小時源起


地球一小時活動於2007年由澳洲世界自然基金會(WWF)發起,當年度共計有220萬個家庭和企業用關燈一小時來支持這個活動並且表達他們對氣候變化的立場。一年以後,地球一小時已成為全球可持續發展的運動,並且有35個國家、超過50萬人參與。而全球知名地標,如:雪梨海港大橋,多倫多塔、舊金山金門大橋,羅馬競技場等將同步在黑暗中,用各種方式代表希望的象徵,呼籲民眾重視地球的危機。

2009年3月,億萬人民參加的第三次地球小時。超過4000個城市的、88個國家正式關燈響應,以表示他們對地球的支持,也因此使2009地球一小時成為世界上最大的全球氣候變遷的倡議行動。

2010年地球一小時活動將於在3月27日(六)下午8點30分(當地時間),呼籲全球每個人民眾、企業和社區在世界各地採取行動。從歐洲、亞洲到美洲,各種標誌性建築和名勝,將在黑暗中與世界一起挺身而出參與行動,並且發揮帶頭作用,負起對地球的責任,並且朝永續的未來前進。世界各地的人們從各界關閉他們的燈,一同慶祝並且思考相同的一件事-我們的地球。所以,現在報名響應,讓我們一起在2010創造最大的地球一小時!





1. What is Earth Hour?
• Earth Hour is a global WWF climate change initiative. Individuals,businesses, governments and communities are invited to switch off theirlights for one hour on Saturday, 27th March 2010 at 8:30pm to showtheir support for action on climate change.
• Earth Hour is a symbolic event designed to engage people from allwalks of life in the climate change discussion to send a strong messageto our political leaders that we want them to take meaningful action onclimate change.
• It is the largest climate event in history where millions of peoplearound the world will unite by turning off their lights for one hour,Earth Hour, to demand action on the climate crisis.

2. When is Earth Hour?
Earth Hour 2010 takes place on Saturday, 27th March 2010 at 8:30 pm local time.

3. What does WWF hope to accomplish through Earth Hour?
• Through Earth Hour, WWF hopes to create political momentum forenacting national climate legislation and a global climate treaty.
• Through Earth Hour, WWF will continue to educate and raise awarenessabout the climate crisis and offer ideas and solutions that people canmerge into their daily lives.
• Through Earth Hour, WWF aims to unify people’s voices from around theworld who are demanding action form our elected officials to solve theclimate crisis.


4. What happened during Earth Hour in 2009?
Earth Hour 2009 was an important step in the fight against climatechange. Hundreds of millions of people in over 4,000 cities in 88countries officially switched off their lights in the largest climateevent of all time.
In Malaysia, almost 75,000 individuals, 8 states and FederalTerritories, and over 400 businesses and organizations officiallysigned up in support of Earth Hour 2009. Based on a drop in energyusage of 600MW during Earth Hour 2009, it was estimated that more than6 million Malaysians participated in the event.

5. How can I participate in Earth Hour 2010?
Participating in Earth Hour is easy. All you have to do is sign up at www.ehm.my,tell your family, friends and colleagues about it and then turn off allof your non-essential lighting on March 27th 2010 from 8.30 pm to9:30pm.

6. How can my company participate in Earth Hour 2010?
Sign up at www.ehm.myand switch off all your non-essential lights on March 27th 2010 from8:30pm to 9:30pm. Encourage your employees, partners and customers todo the same.

7. How can my city or state participate in Earth Hour 2010?
City and State governments who are interested in participating in EarthHour may contact Suan Tan, Communications Unit Manager at tel:03-78033772

8. How does my participation in Earth Hour help towards mitigating climate change?
Earth Hour is not a long-term solution to mitigate climate change.However, it is an important first step to generate awareness, interestand concern over the global threat of climate change. People will onlybe motivated to take effective action against environmental threatslike climate change if they are first made aware of the issue throughcampaigns like Earth Hour. By signing up, you are agreeing that strongaction needs to be taken to find a solution to the climate crisis.
After Earth Hour has raised public awareness about the need to combatglobal warming, WWF-Malaysia hopes that Malaysians, and the people ofthe world, will continue to demonstrate their concern about climatechange by taking steps towards achieving energy efficiency and avoidingwasteful consumption.

9. Do I have to turn off all of my electricity for Earth Hour?
No. Through Earth Hour we are asking people to turn off allnon-essential lighting. Emergency lighting, televisions and computerscan stay on for the hour. The main point of Earth Hour is to unitepeople, companies and governments around the world through the symbolicflip of a switch. Earth Hour in itself will not lower our carbonfootprint; rather, it sends a signal to those in positions of powerthat we as individuals and communities demand action.
The decision on which lights to turn off can be made individually, butit usually involves shutting overhead lights in rooms (whether it is atyour house or a business), outdoor lighting that does not impactsafety, decorative lights, neon signs for advertising, desk lamps, etc.

10. Will my city go completely black?
Earth Hour is not a black-out. It is a voluntary power shutdown ofnon-essential, decorative lighting by its participants. For businessesin city skyscrapers or for government buildings, it involves turningoff the lights at the end of the business day the Friday before EarthHour and not turning them back on until that Monday morning. So theevent will be more of a fadeout to gray than an abrupt shift to black.
Lights necessary for public safety will not go out.


由SpeedMaths于3/25/2010, 22:39进行了最后一次编辑,总共编辑了1次

_________________
如果没有梦想,人类早已灭亡,也没追求成功的理由。
人生难免充满挑战,只有梦想才能给与我们能量。
敢于梦想+坚持梦想=[实现梦想]
Email:appliedmaths_utar@hotmail.com
avatar
SpeedMaths
Admin
Admin

帖子数 : 393
威望 : 1
积分 : 507
注册日期 : 09-09-05

http://malaysiaspeedmaths.forumotion.net

返回页首 向下

回复: Earth Hour 27th of March 2010 @8.30pm 呼吁大家一起参与!

帖子 由 SpeedMaths 于 3/25/2010, 22:36

11. Are there any events planned for Earth Hour 2010?
Details of local Earth Hour events can be found at www.ehm.my The site will be updated constantly so if there is anything posted for your city, you can plan your own event or check back frequently for updates.

12. Can I plan my own event for Earth Hour 2010?
WWF-Malaysia encourages independent participation in Earth Hour as this event belongs to the public and everyone who is concerned about climate change. All you have to do is sign up at www.ehm.my, tell your family, friends and colleagues about it and then turn off all of your non-essential lighting on March 27th 2010 from 8.30 pm to 9:30pm.
Regrettably, due to manpower constraints, WWF-Malaysia is not able to send representatives to various venues where people are participating in Earth Hour. However, we very much appreciate your support and welcome you to join us at the WWF-Malaysia Earth Hour event at (details)

13. What does WWF do to reduce the effects of climate change around the world?
Around the world, WWF works with communities, governments and businesses to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and prepare for the impacts of climate change.
Nationally, WWF-Malaysia focuses on the following key areas:
PROTECTION OF FORESTS. Forests play a vital role in the fight against climate change. Forests are important carbon sinks and deforestation is estimated to be responsible for about 18% of current greenhouse gas emissions. Furthermore, forests have significant economic and ecological value by supporting biodiversity, clean water supply and local livelihoods. WWF-Malaysia helps to:
• Establish protected areas, such as Perlis State Park and Selangor Heritage Park.
• Engage businesses, especially those in the forestry and plantation sectors, to implement sustainable practices that reduce their environmental impact.
• Restore forests by planting trees in degraded areas.
• Advocating for the national implementation of REDD
PROTECTION OF SEAS. WWF-Malaysia helps to conserve healthy marine ecosystems, home to plants like plankton that absorb CO2 through photosynthesis by:
• Establishing marine protected areas such as Tun Sakaran Marine Park and Tun Mustapha Park, to ensure resistance and resilience of marine ecosystems to the effects of climate change such as coral bleaching.
• Engaging the fisheries sector to put in place sustainable fishing practices.
AWARENESS AND EDUCATION. The public needs to be made aware of climate change as well as the broader environmental issues in order to be engaged into *** the necessary lifestyle changes to help the cause.
WWF-Malaysia works on:
• Lobbying for the incorporation of environmental education in the Malaysian formal education structure
• Engaging with local communities on sustainable natural resource management through a series of awareness programmes and activities in our project sites.

14. Why is WWF-Malaysia focusing on a marine theme this year?
Malaysia is home to some of the richest and most diverse marine ecosystems in the world. However this treasured blue world is facing serious threats from overfishing, destructive fishing, inappropriate development, pollution and climate change. Rising CO2 levels and climatic changes greatly impact the marine ecosystem by increasing the frequency and intensity of extreme weather events, raising sea-levels and causing coral bleaching and ocean acidification. These changes will have disastrous consequences on the people, livelihoods and species that depend on a healthy and thriving marine environment.
WWF-Malaysia is committed to working with the government, local communities and the private sector towards sustainable us of marine resources, protecting important and threatened marine habitats and saving endangered species such as marine turtles

15. What are the next steps after Earth Hour 2010?
Earth Hour is just the start. WWF hopes that people will continue to take the initiative to make the necessary changes in their lives to be more carbon-efficient. WWF will continue to work with communities, governments and businesses to find ways to reduce the adverse impacts of climate change


更多详情,请游览 http://ehm.my

_________________
如果没有梦想,人类早已灭亡,也没追求成功的理由。
人生难免充满挑战,只有梦想才能给与我们能量。
敢于梦想+坚持梦想=[实现梦想]
Email:appliedmaths_utar@hotmail.com
avatar
SpeedMaths
Admin
Admin

帖子数 : 393
威望 : 1
积分 : 507
注册日期 : 09-09-05

http://malaysiaspeedmaths.forumotion.net

返回页首 向下

回复: Earth Hour 27th of March 2010 @8.30pm 呼吁大家一起参与!

帖子 由 SpeedMaths 于 3/25/2010, 22:37






_________________
如果没有梦想,人类早已灭亡,也没追求成功的理由。
人生难免充满挑战,只有梦想才能给与我们能量。
敢于梦想+坚持梦想=[实现梦想]
Email:appliedmaths_utar@hotmail.com
avatar
SpeedMaths
Admin
Admin

帖子数 : 393
威望 : 1
积分 : 507
注册日期 : 09-09-05

http://malaysiaspeedmaths.forumotion.net

返回页首 向下

返回页首


 
您在这个论坛的权限:
不能在这个论坛回复主题