Bahrain World Trade Center shows support to World Wildlife Fund’s (WWF) ‘Earth Hour’

Manama, Bahrain: Bahrain World Trade Center (BWTC), the Kingdom’s iconic landmark continues to reinforce its commitment to sustainability by supporting Earth Hour 2022, the global environmental initiative in partnership with World Wildlife Fund (WWF). Earth Hour, one of the many local and global initiatives supported by BWTC, aligns with the tower’s core objective of promoting environmental sustainability through architectural design within the Kingdom of Bahrain.

On Saturday, March 26, 2022, from 8:30 pm to 9:30 pm (local time), the BWTC, along with millions of people across the world switched off their lights to raise awareness. It is a movement for the future and for the benefit of people and the planet.

With the COVID-19 circumstances, in 2021 Earth Hour was live from the comfort of one’s home via the first-ever Earth Hour Virtual Spotlight, where the movement took over social media timelines and feeds. This year saw a similar takeover where the second Virtual Spotlight Earth Hour took place. An impactful video was shared inviting millions to watch to bring awareness about issues related to our planet and for people to take simple actions.

“Earth Hour is more than just a symbol of solidarity – it’s a catalyst for urgent change”.

As the world’s first development to incorporate wind turbines, the use of which eliminates around 55,000 cubic kgC of carbon emissions from the development every year. BWTC hopes to be a part of the change together with World Wildlife Fund (WWF) to achieve success!