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Earth Hour at Quick Registration


On 25 of March Quick Registration turned off light to express its commitment to the idea #ChangeClimateChange .

Earth Hour at Quick Registration

Earth Hour is worldwide movement organized by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) to encourage individuals, businesses and governments around the world to take accountability for their ecological footprint and engage in dialogue and resource exchange that provides real solutions to our environmental challenges. Participation in Earth Hour symbolises a commitment to change beyond the hour. The event is held annually by turning off their non-essential lights for one hour, from 8:30 to 9:30 pm towards the end of March.


  • In 2004 WWF Australia met with advertising agency Leo Burnett Sydney to “discuss ideas for engaging Australians on the issue of climate change”. In this year was born the idea to turn off the light as a sign of knowledge of climate changing and commitment to the idea that need to do something with this.
  • In 2008 on 29 of March from 8 pm to 9 pm it was held as international worldwide event Earth Hour on seven continents with participation of 35 countries, 400 cities including 26 major cities with Dubai among them. This year marks as the first anniversary of the event.
  • In 2017 year went dark in the UAE: Dubai: Burj Khalifa, Burj Al Arab, Madinat Jumeirah, Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Le Royal Meriden, Radisson Blu, Za’abeel Park, DIFC Gate, Grosvenor House, Movenpick Ibn Battuta, Marriots Hotels; Abu Dhabi: Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, Hyatt Capital Gate, Emirates Palace, Emirates Towers; Sharjah: Al Majaz Waterfront, Al Qasba; Ajman: Ajman Muncipality; Umm Al Quwain: Umm Al Quwain Muncipality; Ras Al Khaimah: Ras Al Khaimah Muncipality; Fujairah: Wadi Wurayah National Park, Fujairah Muncipality.
  • Every year went dark The Danish royal palaces, Amalienborg Palace and Gråsten Palace.
  • Earth Hour supported around the world by Woodland, CBRE Group, the National Hockey League, FIFA, UEFA, Manchester United, Hilton Worldwide, Girl Scouts of the US, World Organisation of the Scouts Movement, UNESCO, the UN Environment Programme, the International Trade Union Confederation, HSBC, World Association of the Girl Guides and Girl Scouts, Philips, IKEA, The Body Shop, ING Vysya Bank and more.

Despite the fact that Earth Hour does not purport to be an energy/carbon reduction exercise, it is a symbolic action, according to DEWA this year recorded a reduction of 244MW in energy use, compared to 22MW last year. This resulted in offsetting 107 tonnes of carbon emissions compared to 11 tonnes last year. Announced by DEWA result highlights the importance of the rational use of energy and reducing Dubai’s carbon footprint to protect the environment and natural resources to achieve sustainable development.

Quick Registration Team proud to be a part of the worldwide community which stands for protecting our environment, preserving raw materials, reducing carbon footprints and was happy to make its contribution in reduction energy use in Dubai.