On March 30, Santiago Exchange will join the Earth Hour, global call-for-action initiative by the WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature), aiming at raising and joins millions around the world to turn off the lights and speak up about why nature matters. Every year, more global institutions and organizations participate of the initiative as a proof of its commitment to the environmental care and take the challenge of give a break to our Earth turning off all the lights and non-essential electronic devices during one complete hour.
Santiago Exchange has been an active promoter of the climate mitigation initiatives, both with its workforce through energy saving and innovative actions, and with stakeholders and the market by creating financial products like the Green Bonds, an initiative that has been awarded by the Climate Bond Initiative (CBI) as Leader on Mobilizing Green Finance for 2018.
The Earth Hour is happening on March 30, when the lights will be turned-off at the Exchange´s corporate Headquarters, located in downtown Santiago and designated as a National Monument in 1981.
Check out our 2018 Energy Report here and join the movement!