Can you believe it's already been one month since #EarthHour? This year many countries around the world re-imagined sustainability at Earth Hour events. This image was by @kyuue at the Earth Hour event in #Tokyo #Japan, where a group of Japanese artists called "Mirrorbowlers" placed an #artwork called "0" (zero) under the Tokyo Tower on the night. The artwork was an enormous egg-shaped installation full of luminous disco balls that were connected to and lit up by 6 power-providing #bicycles.
Image by @lastant - The #Kremlin and Red Square in #Russia switches off for#EarthHour for the first time. Not only did Russia join in the symbolic show of support for Earth Hour through lights off at the Kremlin and Red Square, its citziens have shown how they can positively impact the world we live in when WWF-Russia last year secured more than 120,000 signatures for a petition to pass a long-awaited law to protect the country’s seas from oil pollution.