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Igniting Change: Primus Hotel Sydney Dims Light for Earth Hour 2018 As Part of Worldwide Movement for Environmental Change on March 24

March 21, 2018 Responsible Tourism No Comments Email Email

Strengthening Primus’ commitment towards sustainability and promoting a low carbon future, the iconic Sydney hotel will be dimming its lights in the lobby and Lobby Bar in support of Earth Hour 2018 on March 24.

The hotel will join millions of individuals and organisations across the globe to collectively reduce power for Earth Hour 2018, delivering a powerful message to illuminate environmental awareness and ignite action.

With this year’s theme welcomed as “Shine a light on climate change,” Primus Hotel Sydney will activate a range of energy-saving measures during Earth Hour, working with its Director of Engineering and hotel leaders to reduce all non-essential power. From 8:30PM to 9:30PM, Primus will be dimming all lights within the lobby and Lobby Bar, inviting guests to join the ambient surrounds for their evening soirée.

Earth Hour 2018 takes place on March 24 at 8:30PM and was created by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). Today, Earth Hour remains the largest movement for the planet in human history, spanning 7,000 cities, 152 countries, with a digital reach of 200 million.

This is the third year that Greenland International Hotel Group, owners of Primus Hotel Sydney, has participated in Earth Hour. It is just one of the many ways GIHG acts in support of its sustainable program, which is the company’s commitment to reduce energy consumption and water consumption and carbon emission across its entire portfolio.

Primus Hotel Sydney is located at 339 Pitt Street, Sydney. Find out more at http://www.primushotelsydney.com or phone +61 (2) 8027 8000.

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