Isn’t “Earth Hour” supposed to encourage reducing CO2 emissions?

Via Daily Mail:

They may be long past being in their teens but Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield were two giggly teenagers in love on Saturday.

The on and off screen couple could not hide their love for each other as they launched Earth Hour in Singapore.

As Spider-Man is the first official superman ambassador for the annual environmental event, it was all hands on deck from the cast of The Amazing Spider-Man at the kick off event.

The co-star lovebirds were joined by fellow star Jamie Foxx and director Marc Webb and producers Avi Arad, and Matt Tolmach to kick of the WWF worldwide event.

While Earth Hour has the serious message of highlighting climate change concerns and our over dependency of fossil fueled power, it is meant to be a fun way to draw attention to these issues so Emma and Andrew really got into the spirit.

Earth Hour began in Sydney Australia in 2007 and now on the last Saturday of March, millions of people around the world switch their lights off at 8.30pm local time for one hour.

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