- RAS-I -
5 STAR CELESTIAL -
FANTAN MOJAH -
JOBY JAY -
Can an Hour change the world? On 25th March 2023 at 8.30pm, as landmarks and homes across the world switch off their lights, we are asking you to spend 60 minutes doing something - anything - positive for our planet.
Just 60 minutes? Yes, just one hour. It may not seem like much, but the magic happens when you, and those like you in Asia and Africa, North and South America, Oceania and Europe - supporters in over 190 countries and territories - all give an hour for our one home, creating the Biggest Hour for Earth.
By doing so, this Hour can shine an unmissable global spotlight on nature loss and climate change, and the need to work together to secure a brighter future for people and the planet.
It could compel millions to act, and make millions more take notice.
It could unite cities, countries, continents, showing what we all have in common, and what we stand to lose.
It could remind us that time is precious - but that we are powerful - inspiring us to make all other hours count.
Could an Hour change the world? It’s a start, and it’s up to us.
FOOD & DRINK
//MR ELLIS (SOUP, FRITTERS, BREADFRUIT & MORE)
//IBO SPICE (ITAL, VEGAN OPTION)
//JAMAICA MOUNTAIN PEAK (COFFEE & TEAS)
Ready to test your skills and have fun while making a positive impact on the environment?
// PLASTIC BOTTLE BOWLING - Try out our exciting interactive bowling alley lane made with 100% plastic pins and balls! For only $500, throw 10 balls and show off your bowling skills while supporting a great cause.
// PLASTIC BOTTLE RING TOSS - The rings are crafted from plastic bottle caps and the targets from up-cycled plastic bottles. Each person can play up to 5 rounds, so bring your friends and see who can get the most tosses on the bottle!
Our goal is to make Earth Hour a plastic free event. This year, some of our efforts include:
Tickets are distributed electronically and barcodes scanned upon entry.
All vendors are in compliance with the prohibition of single use plastics in the food and drink area (plastic utensils, plates, cups and bottles)
Patrons are encouraged to BYOC (Bring Your Own Cup) to cut back on the usage of paper cups when purchasing drinks from vendors.
Sustainability is taken into consideration at all stages of planning and execution. Elements of the layout and decor are made with reusable and/or biodegradable materials and the experience will be curated to raise awareness on environmental issues.