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  • Seoul City Hall to light green on Dec.12 to celebrate the 5th anniversary of the Paris Agreement

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    • Commitment to implement the Paris Agreement on “continuous greenhouse gas reduction efforts” and solidarity with 96 cities of the world.
    • At 6 p.m. on the December 12th (Saturday) at the main building of Seoul City Hall, green lights will be on and C40 member cities will participate at the same time.

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, December 11, 2020 — In commemoration of the fifth anniversary of the Paris Agreement adopted in 2015, the Seoul Metropolitan Government said it will join the “Green Light” event organized by the C40 Urban Climate Leadership (C40) to mark the fifth anniversary of the Paris Agreement. The lighting ceremony will be held for an hour from 6 p.m. on December 12th, and the entire main building of Seoul City Hall will be lit with green lights.

    96 cities around the world, including Paris, New York and Los Angeles will be participated the lighting event and major buildings such as city hall buildings in each city will be lit with green lights. Each city plans to promote it in real time to the world through SNS.

    Meanwhile, the C40 Urban Climate Leadership (C40), which organized the event, is a network of the world’s major metropolises to cope with the climate crisis, leading to the implementation of 2050 carbon neutral in each city.