- 16 Mar 2016 8:01 AM
Müpa will host the closing ceremony of WWF Hungary’s Green Generation programme presenting awards to outstanding green innovations by 14-16 year old talents in sustaining biodiversity and promoting the concept of smart cities.
WWF will also present its Living Danube Tour educational programme introducing the diverse wildlife in wetlands in five countries connected by the Danube river.
Budapest will turn off city floodlights at 8.30pm when the Argentinian guest pianist of the National Philharmonic Orchestra, Ingrid Fliter, will perform a final piece on the instrument lit only by a spotlight.
At 8.30pm another twenty Hungarian localities will turn off their floodlights for an hour, thereby expressing their commitment to climate protection and environmental awareness.
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