Commercial property owners should switch off
Residential or commercial property investment of any kind should ideally be undertaken alongside ...
Residential or commercial property investment of any kind should ideally be undertaken alongside simultaneous economic growth and expansion. But beyond financial motivations, there should also be a commitment towards environmental sustainability.
Moving into the future, there is a greater need and desire to develop residential and commercial property with greener practices in mind.
This weekend's Earth Hour, supported by the World Wildlife Fund, is a reminder for all stakeholders in every industry that our environment needs to be considered and cared for in order to responsibly move forward.
Occurring at 20:30 on Saturday March 31, thousands of cities - including Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane - will turn off their lights for one hour to support the event that aims to save energy and remind the world that everyone can make a difference.
Earth Hour's mission of "uniting people to protect the planet" began in Sydney in 2007, and has since spread and gained momentum every year.
In 2011 alone, 5,200 cities in 135 countries worldwide switched off their lights and joined the movement.
If you are responsible for any commercial or residential property and would like to participate, join in the movement and simply switch off your lights at 20:30 this Saturday.