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Earth Hour and Spiderman Unite to Save the World

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Spider-Man is back! We will finally see our favorite superhero in action. Spider-Man will join WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature) through Sony Pictures Entertainment to participate in their global campaign, Earth Hour, expecting to inspire people around the world to protect mother earth.  

 

 

Andy Ridley, CEO and Co-Founder of Earth Hour, along with Jeff Blake, Chairman Worldwide Marketing & Distribution of Sony Pictures Entertainment, will be announcing the partnership between Spider-Man and WWF. The announcement came simultaneously with the launch of Earth Hour Blue on March 29th 2014 at 8:30 PM, a crowdfunding and crowdsourcing digital platform for earth to persuade people to partake in global planet-saving initiative.

 

 

Earth Hour and the superhero from the long awaited movie, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, together with star-studded casts, including Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Jamie Foxx and the director, Marc Webb, aim to support Earth Hour Blue, concentrating on fund raising for nature preservation in every corner of the world.

The main character, Andrew Garfield, commented “I’m proud because Spider-Man becomes the first superhero entrusted as Earth Hour ambassador. He proves that everyone can be a superhero if we recognize the power that we have.” Garfield added “Earth Hour is an action which creates remarkable impact around the world, so imagine what we can do with Spiderman this time.”

Earth Hour movement has expanded and managed to gather hundreds of millions people from different background spread across 7000 cities in 154 countries, including Indonesia, engage in the movement. Earth Hour activities in Indonesia is the biggest environmental movement, which would involve the WWF Warriors and Earth Hour City Champions to encourage conservation actions as well as the new platform, Earth Hour Blue.