In 2009, officially joined the action and the Russian Federation. March 28 at 20:30 Moscow mayor turned symbolic breaker switch lights the city hall and several other important buildings of the capital. The light went out in the Moscow State University. mv Lomonosov Moscow State University on Sparrow Hills, the tower "Federation", "Mirax Plaza" and other buildings. In Moscow, the action involved well-known politicians, stars and athletes. Australia's largest city Sydney was the first in 2009, the city plunged into darkness in the shares 'Earth Hour'. City officials turned off the night lights of the city, tens of thousands of people turn off the lights in their homes and institutions.
According to preliminary data, Greece was the world record holder for extinguishing the light during the time the shares 'Earth Hour'. On Saturday at 20.30 local time in Athens for an hour extinguished lights of the Acropolis, the Olympic stadium, the Greek Parliament building. Outage coverage of the ancient temple of Poseidon at Sounion to the east of Athens, as well as a symbol of the northern city of – the White Tower and the world's longest suspension bridge, which connects Peloponnese peninsula with mainland Greece. While organizers of the rally summarize 'Earth Hour' in 2009, one can only assume that the number of participants this year still will reach one billion people. Thus, 'Hour Earth-2009 'will be able to get into the Guinness Book of Records – as the most massive action in the history of mankind. And very pleased that the largest mass rally in the history of mankind had an environmental slant. The results of actions 'Earth Hour' follows on ECOportal.ru. To broaden your perception, visit actress. Photofact: Ten animals that may disappear because of global climate change Scientists estimate that if greenhouse gas emissions remain at the same level, by 2050 a quarter disappear known to us today of animals and plants. World Wildlife Fund (WWF) has called ten animals whose populations threatened with destruction because of global climate change.