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Las postales que dejó la Hora del Planeta alrededor del mundo Destacado

Mar 25, 2017

A las 20.30 hrs., todos los países del mundo vivieron la “Hora del Planeta”, en el que tanto las personas comunes y corrientes como instituciones, gobiernos y las estructuras más representativas del mundo se comprometen a apagar sus luces durante una hora para generar conciencia sobre el consumo de electricidad y el cambio climático.

A combination photo shows the Sydney Opera House before and during the tenth anniversary of Earth Hour in Sydney, Australia, March 25, 2017. REUTERS/David Gray EARTH-HOUR/AUSTRALIA

A combination photo shows the Sydney Opera House before and during the tenth anniversary of Earth Hour in Sydney, Australia, March 25, 2017. REUTERS/David Gray EARTH-HOUR/AUSTRALIA

A combination photo shows the rides at Luna Park before and during the tenth anniversary of Earth Hour in Sydney, Australia, March 25, 2017. REUTERS/David Gray EARTH-HOUR/AUSTRALIA

A combination photo shows the rides at Luna Park before and during the tenth anniversary of Earth Hour in Sydney, Australia, March 25, 2017. REUTERS/David Gray EARTH-HOUR/AUSTRALIA

A combination photo shows The Bund on the banks of the Huangpu River before (below) and during Earth Hour in Shanghai, China March 25, 2017. REUTERS/Aly Song EARTH-HOUR-CHINA

A combination photo shows The Bund on the banks of the Huangpu River before (below) and during Earth Hour in Shanghai, China March 25, 2017. REUTERS/Aly Song EARTH-HOUR-CHINA

A combination photo shows a view of the buildings around Selamat Datang Monument, also referred to as the Bunderan HI roundabout, before (top) and during (bottom) Earth Hour in Jakarta, Indonesia March 25, 2017. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside EARTH-HOUR/INDONESIA

A combination photo shows a view of the buildings around Selamat Datang Monument, also referred to as the Bunderan HI roundabout, before (top) and during (bottom) Earth Hour in Jakarta, Indonesia March 25, 2017. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside EARTH-HOUR/INDONESIA

A combination photo shows a view of the buildings around Selamat Datang Monument, also referred to as the Bunderan HI roundabout, before (top) and during (bottom) Earth Hour in Jakarta, Indonesia March 25, 2017. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside EARTH-HOUR/INDONESIA

A combination photo shows a view of the buildings around Selamat Datang Monument, also referred to as the Bunderan HI roundabout, before (top) and during (bottom) Earth Hour in Jakarta, Indonesia March 25, 2017. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside EARTH-HOUR/INDONESIA

A combination picture showing laser light beams as buildings are lighted up and a tourist junk sailing past before (top) and during (bottom) Earth Hour, at the financial Central district in Hong Kong, China March 25, 2017. REUTERS/Bobby Yip EARTH-HOUR/HONGKONG

A combination picture showing laser light beams as buildings are lighted up and a tourist junk sailing past before (top) and during (bottom) Earth Hour, at the financial Central district in Hong Kong, China March 25, 2017. REUTERS/Bobby Yip EARTH-HOUR/HONGKONG

WU09. Beijing (China), 25/03/2017.- A composite photo shows the National Stadium (Bird's Nest) before (top) and during (below) Earth Hour in Beijing, China, 25 March 2017. Many landmark buildings across China switched off their lights for one hour to take part in the Earth Hour movement as a sign of their commitment to the planet. EFE/EPA/WU HONG CHINA EARTH HOUR

WU09. Beijing (China), 25/03/2017.- A composite photo shows the National Stadium (Bird’s Nest) before (top) and during (below) Earth Hour in Beijing, China, 25 March 2017. Many landmark buildings across China switched off their lights for one hour to take part in the Earth Hour movement as a sign of their commitment to the planet. EFE/EPA/WU HONG CHINA EARTH HOUR

WU13. Beijing (China), 25/03/2017.- A composite photo shows the National Swimming Centre (Water Cube) before (top) and during (below) Earth Hour in Beijing, China, 25 March 2017. Many landmark buildings across China switched off their lights for one hour to take part in the Earth Hour movement as a sign of their commitment to the planet. EFE/EPA/WU HONG CHINA EARTH HOUR

WU13. Beijing (China), 25/03/2017.- A composite photo shows the National Swimming Centre (Water Cube) before (top) and during (below) Earth Hour in Beijing, China, 25 March 2017. Many landmark buildings across China switched off their lights for one hour to take part in the Earth Hour movement as a sign of their commitment to the planet. EFE/EPA/WU HONG CHINA EARTH HOUR

BGS64. Jakarta (Indonesia), 25/03/2017.- Indonesian laborers of the Sudirman Central Business District hold torches to mark the Earth Hour in Jakarta, Indonesia, 25 March 2017. Earth Hour takes place worldwide at 8.30 p.m. local time and is a global call to turn off the lights for 60 minutes to raise awareness of the danger of global climatic change. The hour is observed every year on the last Saturday of March. EFE/EPA/BAGUS INDAHONO INDONESIA EARTH HOUR

BGS64. Jakarta (Indonesia), 25/03/2017.- Indonesian laborers of the Sudirman Central Business District hold torches to mark the Earth Hour in Jakarta, Indonesia, 25 March 2017. Earth Hour takes place worldwide at 8.30 p.m. local time and is a global call to turn off the lights for 60 minutes to raise awareness of the danger of global climatic change. The hour is observed every year on the last Saturday of March. EFE/EPA/BAGUS INDAHONO INDONESIA EARTH HOUR

Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), 25/03/2017.- A composite photo shows the Petronas Twin Towers during (top) and after (bottom) Earth Hour in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 25 March 2017. This year's Earth Hour theme is 'Shining a light at Climate Action'. Earth Hour takes place worldwide at 8.30 p.m. local time and is a global call to turn off the lights for 60 minutes to raise awareness of the danger of global climatic change. The hour is observed every year on the last Saturday of March. (Malasia) EFE/EPA/FAZRY ISMAIL MALAYSIA EARTH HOUR

Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), 25/03/2017.- A composite photo shows the Petronas Twin Towers during (top) and after (bottom) Earth Hour in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 25 March 2017. This year’s Earth Hour theme is ‘Shining a light at Climate Action’. Earth Hour takes place worldwide at 8.30 p.m. local time and is a global call to turn off the lights for 60 minutes to raise awareness of the danger of global climatic change. The hour is observed every year on the last Saturday of March. (Malasia) EFE/EPA/FAZRY ISMAIL MALAYSIA EARTH HOUR

In this combo picture, a view of Malaysia's landmark Petronas Twin Towers is seen before (above) and during lights out (below) for Earth Hour in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on Saturday, March 25, 2017. Earth Hour takes place worldwide and is a global call to turn off lights for 60 minutes in a bid to highlight the global climate change. (AP Photo/Daniel Chan) Malaysia Earth Hour

In this combo picture, a view of Malaysia’s landmark Petronas Twin Towers is seen before (above) and during lights out (below) for Earth Hour in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on Saturday, March 25, 2017. Earth Hour takes place worldwide and is a global call to turn off lights for 60 minutes in a bid to highlight the global climate change. (AP Photo/Daniel Chan) Malaysia Earth Hour

The Tokyo Tower is seen illuminated minutes before Earth Hour in Tokyo, Japan March 25, 2017. REUTERS/Issei Kato EARTH-HOUR/JAPAN

The Tokyo Tower is seen illuminated minutes before Earth Hour in Tokyo, Japan March 25, 2017. REUTERS/Issei Kato EARTH-HOUR/JAPAN

The Tokyo Tower is seen after its lights were switched off for Earth Hour in Tokyo, Japan March 25, 2017. REUTERS/Issei Kato EARTH-HOUR/JAPAN

The Tokyo Tower is seen after its lights were switched off for Earth Hour in Tokyo, Japan March 25, 2017. REUTERS/Issei Kato EARTH-HOUR/JAPAN

This combination of images shows the Singapore Flyer, illuminated (TOP) and with its lights switched off (BOTTOM) for the Earth Hour environmental campaign in Singapore on March 25, 2017. Millions of people from some 170 countries and territories are expected to take part in the annual bid to highlight global warming caused by the burning of coal, oil and gas to drive cars and power plants. / AFP / TOH TING WEI SINGAPORE-ENVIRONMENT-ENERGY-EARTH-HOUR

This combination of images shows the Singapore Flyer, illuminated (TOP) and with its lights switched off (BOTTOM) for the Earth Hour environmental campaign in Singapore on March 25, 2017. Millions of people from some 170 countries and territories are expected to take part in the annual bid to highlight global warming caused by the burning of coal, oil and gas to drive cars and power plants. / AFP / TOH TING WEI
SINGAPORE-ENVIRONMENT-ENERGY-EARTH-HOUR

This combination of images shows the skyline of the Lujiazui Financial District in Pudong, Shanghai, illuminated (TOP) and with its lights turned off (BOTTOM) for the Earth Hour environmental campaig on March 25, 2017. / AFP / Johannes EISELE CHINA-ENVIRONMENT-ENERGY-EARTH-HOUR

This combination of images shows the skyline of the Lujiazui Financial District in Pudong, Shanghai, illuminated (TOP) and with its lights turned off (BOTTOM) for the Earth Hour environmental campaig on March 25, 2017. / AFP / Johannes EISELE
CHINA-ENVIRONMENT-ENERGY-EARTH-HOUR

This combination of images shows the before and after photographs of a globe in front of a mall during the Earth Hour environmental campaign in Manila on March 25, 2017. / AFP / NOEL CELIS PHILIPPINES-ENVIRONMENT-EARTH-HOUR

This combination of images shows the before and after photographs of a globe in front of a mall during the Earth Hour environmental campaign in Manila on March 25, 2017. / AFP / NOEL CELIS
PHILIPPINES-ENVIRONMENT-EARTH-HOUR

This combo image shows the Yokohama giant ferris wheel, Cosmo Clock 21, illuminated (top) and with its lights switched off (bottom) for the Earth Hour environmental campaign in Yokohama on March 25, 2017. / AFP / Toshifumi KITAMURA JAPAN-ENVIRONMENT-ENERGY-EARTH HOUR-COMBO

This combo image shows the Yokohama giant ferris wheel, Cosmo Clock 21, illuminated (top) and with its lights switched off (bottom) for the Earth Hour environmental campaign in Yokohama on March 25, 2017. / AFP / Toshifumi KITAMURA
JAPAN-ENVIRONMENT-ENERGY-EARTH HOUR-COMBO

This combo image shows the Sony Building, illuminated (top) and with its lights switched off (bottom) for the Earth Hour environmental campaign in Tokyo on March 25, 2017. Millions of people from some 170 countries and territories are expected to take part in the annual bid to highlight global warming caused by the burning of coal, oil and gas to drive cars and power plants. / AFP / Behrouz MEHRI JAPAN-ENVIRONMENT-ENERGY-EARTH HOUR-COMBO

This combo image shows the Sony Building, illuminated (top) and with its lights switched off (bottom) for the Earth Hour environmental campaign in Tokyo on March 25, 2017. Millions of people from some 170 countries and territories are expected to take part in the annual bid to highlight global warming caused by the burning of coal, oil and gas to drive cars and power plants. / AFP / Behrouz MEHRI
JAPAN-ENVIRONMENT-ENERGY-EARTH HOUR-COMBO

This combo shows photos of the ferris wheel at Luna Park and Sydney Harbour Bridge before (top) being plunged into darkness (bottom) for the Earth Hour environmental campaign in Sydney on March 25, 2017. The lights went out on two of Sydney's most famous landmarks for the 10th anniversary of the climate change awareness campaign Earth Hour, among the first landmarks around the world to dim their lights for the event. / AFP / PETER PARKS AUSTRALIA-ENVIRONMENT-ENERGY-EARTH HOUR-COMBO

This combo shows photos of the ferris wheel at Luna Park and Sydney Harbour Bridge before (top) being plunged into darkness (bottom) for the Earth Hour environmental campaign in Sydney on March 25, 2017. The lights went out on two of Sydney’s most famous landmarks for the 10th anniversary of the climate change awareness campaign Earth Hour, among the first landmarks around the world to dim their lights for the event. / AFP / PETER PARKS
AUSTRALIA-ENVIRONMENT-ENERGY-EARTH HOUR-COMBO

 

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