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Evanston is one of three finalists to represent the United States in the World Wildlife Fund’s Earth Hour City Challenge!
Evanston, Cleveland, and Seattle have been chosen as finalists because of their progress to date in transitioning towards a climate-friendly future. The city that advances as the U.S. Earth Hour City Capital will receive funding from WWF for local climate readiness efforts and will go on to compete with cities from 16 other countries for the title of Global Earth Hour Capital.
Evanston’s selection as a finalist recognizes the strong actions we have taken and our strategies for future progress . . . such as our 100 percent renewable energy program for residents and small businesses and our ambitious climate action goal to reduce the community’s greenhouse gas emissions by 20 percent by 2016.
You can help Evanston win the Challenge by visiting WeLoveEvanston.org to vote and give your suggestions of ways Evanston can become more sustainable. Vote every day from now through March 27. 
You can sign up to receive daily text and/or email reminders to vote by joining the City’s “We Love Evanston” notification list

 
Evanston is one of three finalists to represent the United States in the World Wildlife Fund’s Earth Hour City Challenge!
Evanston, Cleveland, and Seattle have been chosen as finalists because of their progress to date in transitioning towards a climate-friendly future. The city that advances as the U.S. Earth Hour City Capital will receive funding from WWF for local climate readiness efforts and will go on to compete with cities from 16 other countries for the title of Global Earth Hour Capital.
Evanston’s selection as a finalist recognizes the strong actions we have taken and our strategies for future progress . . . such as our 100 percent renewable energy program for residents and small businesses and our ambitious climate action goal to reduce the community’s greenhouse gas emissions by 20 percent by 2016.
You can help Evanston win the Challenge by visiting WeLoveEvanston.org to vote and give your suggestions of ways Evanston can become more sustainable. Vote every day from now through March 27. 
You can sign up to receive daily text and/or email reminders to vote by joining the City’s “We Love Evanston” notification list

 
 
Evanston is one of three finalists to represent the United States in the World Wildlife Fund’s Earth Hour City Challenge!
Evanston, Cleveland, and Seattle have been chosen as finalists because of their progress to date in transitioning towards a climate-friendly future. The city that advances as the U.S. Earth Hour City Capital will receive funding from WWF for local climate readiness efforts and will go on to compete with cities from 16 other countries for the title of Global Earth Hour Capital.
Evanston’s selection as a finalist recognizes the strong actions we have taken and our strategies for future progress . . . such as our 100 percent renewable energy program for residents and small businesses and our ambitious climate action goal to reduce the community’s greenhouse gas emissions by 20 percent by 2016.
You can help Evanston win the Challenge by visiting WeLoveEvanston.org to vote and give your suggestions of ways Evanston can become more sustainable. Vote every day from now through March 27. 
You can sign up to receive daily text and/or email reminders to vote by joining the City’s “We Love Evanston” notification list