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Message for Spider-Man from Superhero kids in Nepal

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Published on Feb 19, 2014

WWF-Nepal and the kids from a biogas village of Badreni in Chitwan have put together a special video for Andrew Garfield, who plays Spider-Man in the upcoming film "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" hoping he'll support their Earth Hour Blue project "A Flame Called Hope".

'A Flame Called Hope' is a Gold Standard Verified biogas project from WWF-Nepal, and it has a huge benefit for children in communities across the country. This initiative converts waste into a clean cooking fuel, reducing the need for local families to collect fuelwood as a means of cooking. More than 7500 families across Nepal have already received the clean energy ovens through WWF's program but through Earth Hour Blue we want to give the technology to 100 more families.

Be a Superhero for the Planet at www.earthhour.org

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