Amazing Spider-Man 2 , Hollywood actors supporting Nepali projects

Amazing Spider-Man 2′ Hollywood actors have chosen to support the two different projects from Nepal on Earth Hour Blue. Earth hour is a worldwide grass-roots movement for the planet organized by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF). The WWF has been organising Earth Hour, the world’s largest celebration of Planet Earth, by turning off the lights for an hour on March 28th since 2007.
The super hero from Spiderman movie Andrew Garfield and stunning actress Emma Stone aim to raise $10,000 each within the next 60 days through a crowd funding and crowd sourcing.
Garfield an actor, of dual citizenship in the United States and the United Kingdom is the first Super Hero ambassador for Earth Hour. 30, Super hero is supporting the Earth Hour Blue Project ‘A Flame Called Hope’, which aims to provide clean bio-gas energy for local communities in Nepal, thereby reducing deforestation and providing alternate means of livelihood families in the area.

The excited children from bio-gas, village Badreni Chitwan in Nepal has sent a personal warm video message Andrew Garfield to support the project with their message “I love you Spider-Man”. According to Garfield ” Earth Hour is launching the world’s first crowd funding and crowd sourcing platform for the planet, so you too can become a Super Hero just like Spider-Man”.
Emma Stone an Actress and model who is playing Gwen Stacy role in coming movie ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is supporting the Earth Hour Blue ‘Puppy Protectors’, project, which aims to train sniffer dog puppies and their handlers to track animals, find wildlife crime scenes, detect illegal trade items, and chase down poachers with the rangers on the frontlines of Chitwan National Park, Chitwan.
“Earth Hour gives you the power to inspire anyone, even if you are just one person. And Earth Hour is much more than an hour. There are great projects from the crowd, for the planet, happening all over the worlds,” says Emma Stone.

The Earth Hour was famously started as a lights-off event in Sydney, Australia in 2007, after that it has grown to engage more than 7000 cities and towns world-wide. Earth Hour 2014 is scheduled on March 29th, Saturday from 8.30 pm to 9.30 pm., during participant’s local time.
The Earth Hour 2014 will be celebrated in countries including, Samoa, Fiji, New Zealand, Australia, Argentina, Iran, New Caledonia, Japan, South Korea, Papua New Guinea, Indonesia, Norway, Malaysia, Taiwan, Singapore, China, India, Dubai, Bahrain, UAE, Greece, France, UK, Italy, Denmark, Canada, USA.
“I Will If You Will” (IWIYW) is an Earth Hour Campaign to encourage positive action for the environment.

Info: Sajhilo Nepali Magazine

Zeal Sharma

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