Lights Out For Climate Change Awareness

Energy Press Releases Wednesday March 29, 2017 15:06
Bangkok--29 Mar--midas pr
On 25th March 2017, Radisson BLU Plaza Bangkok stands in solidarty with Earth Hour, to bring awareness to the need for action on global climate change.

Radisson BLU Plaza Bangkok is signaling its stance on global climate change, by standing in solidarity with the global climate change movement, Earth Hour. On Saturday 25th March 2017, from 8.30pm to 9.30pm, millions of people and organizations around the world join together to shine a light on the issue of climate change and its impact on future generations, by turning off non-essential electrical power, such as lighting and appliances.

For this monumental annual hour, Radisson BLU Plaza Bangkok has pledged to turn off all hotel signage, and certain lights within the hotel, such as in the restaurants and other outlets, and substitute the electrical lights with candles, wherever possible and safe. Furthermore, the hotel will even shut down computers and perform manual check-in for guests arriving during Earth Hour. The bar and patisseries/coffeeshop, B/Sharp and B/Sweet, on the hotel's lobby level, will also 'unplug' and Mayin Wang will perform stellar sounds on the acoustic guitar.

Radisson BLU Plaza Bangkok invites guests to show their support and take part in Earth Hour 2017, to help save the planet from the detrimental effects of climate change and raise awareness across the globe.

"We at Radisson BLU, together with VenuesBKK, firmly believe in the virtue of this movement. We are participating in Earth Hour to show our concern and continued commitment to giving back to our planet and safeguarding it for future generations. We encourage our guests and all Bangkok residents to join in," says Radisson BLU Plaza's General Manager Peter Feran.


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