WWF's Earth Hour 2018 24th March

19th March 2018

Millions of people across the world will be switching off their lights for an hour from 8.30pm on Saturday 24th March to celebrate Earth Hour. Last year 9 million people took part in the UK alone, joining national landmarks like Big Ben, Manchester Old Trafford and the Kelpies in the big switch off.

This year we’re asking you to go one step further. We’re at a crucial time in terms protecting the planet we call home. We’re the first generation to experience the effects of climate change – and we’re the last to be able to prevent it.

We’re also seeing our oceans plundered and suffocated by plastic and our food consumption decimate our forests and essential habitats. Research has shown that one third of us feel powerless about environmental issues, however earth hour proves that together we can make a difference. 


Find out all the information you need to know here
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