Earth Hour

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Shine a Light on Climate Change with Earth Hour

Earth Hour is an annual global movement organized by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) that encourages individuals, communities, and businesses to turn off non-essential electric lights for one hour, from 8:30 PM to 9:30 PM local time, on the last Saturday of March. It’s a symbolic gesture to show support for action on climate change and to raise awareness of the environmental challenges we face.

Earth Hour is a powerful way to show solidarity with millions of people around the world who are concerned about the future of our planet. By participating in Earth Hour, you’re sending a message to decision-makers that you care about climate change and that you want to see action taken to address it.

How to Participate in Earth Hour

There are many ways to participate. Here are a few ideas:

  • Turn off your lights at home and work for one hour on the last Saturday of March.
  • Gather your friends and family for a candlelit dinner or stargazing party.
  • Host an Earth Hour event in your community.
  • Spread the word about Earth Hour on social media using the hashtag #EarthHour.

Let’s make this year the biggest and most impactful yet. Together, we can shine a light on climate change and show the world that we care about our planet.