On Saturday 19 March 2016 at 8:30 p.m, Monodraught staff will join hundreds of millions of people across the globe to help change climate change and switch off the lights in our homes for one hour – Earth Hour, the world’s largest grassroots environmental event in history.

By taking part in this global ‘LIGHTS OFF’ event we are acknowledging our commitment to personal and operational actions that go beyond the hour and benefit the planet in the year ahead. As we celebrate Earth Hour in 2016, we’re excited that there’s so much more we can do beyond the event on March 19. Earth

Hour will be a point of celebration of our successes in sustainability. Monodraught aims to operate our business in a responsible manner and in ways that don’t jeopardize the environment or deplete our world’s limited natural resources. In the lead up to Earth Hour 2016, we plan to continue to take a close look at ways our company can operate more efficiently, waste less and reduce our ecological footprint.

Monodraught believe that the climate here in the UK and Northern Europe can be harnessed to create a more natural ambiance within the built environment.  We have been at the forefront of designing and manufacturing low energy, low carbon, and sustainable solutions in the building industry for over 40 years.  Our expertise is in the field of natural and hybrid lighting, natural cooling and natural and hybrid ventilation. 

For users of these buildings, whether a professional working in an office, or a student in a classroom, the installation of the systems available from Monodraught are the best way to sustainably enhance the setting that you are living and working in.  For this reason we feel that participating in Earth Hour is a great fit for our organisation and objectives.

Earth Hour began as a single-city initiative – in Sydney, Australia – in 2007 and has since grown into a global movement with hundreds of millions of people from more than 7,000 cities and towns in 172 countries/territories across every continent switching off their lights for Earth Hour and going beyond the hour to create tangible environmental outcomes.

If you would like to participate in Earth Hour, either as a company or individually, you can find more suggestions at http://earthhour.wwf.org.uk/  and https://www.earthhour.org/

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