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Sheraton Abuja supports worldwide Earth Hour for The Environment


As part of its commitment to shine a light on climate action in support of Earth Hour, Sheraton Abuja Hotel will go dark for one hour on today. With the development, the hotel will join millions around the world in turning off its lights at 8:30 p.m. local time to illuminate a powerful message about environmental awareness and action.

According to the Vice President, Sustainability and Supplier Diversity, Denise Naguib, the hotel will participate by having a fun gathering of associates and guests with photo sessions and music during the lights out.

He said, “We will turn off non-essential interior lighting, use recharchable lamps in appropriate public areas such as the ‘hotels’ pool bar and restaurants. The hotel teams will also use in-room guests letters to inform patrons about the Earth Hour observances.”

“Each year, we celebrate Earth Hour and are reminded of the importance this event has in bringing awareness to the pressing issues of climate change. We have a responsibility, and an opportunity to share this message with the millions of guests and associates through bringing Earth Hour to life tonight, and continuing the focus every day through our sustainability and social impact platform, Serve 360,” Naguib added.

The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) created the annual global environmental awareness event 12 years ago to emphasize the threat of climate change.

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