Switch Off For Earth Hour
March 25, 2011
At 8.30pm tomorrow (26th March 2011) lights will switch off around the globe for Earth Hour, to take a stand against climate change.
Earth Hour is a time to celebrate and contemplate our precious planet. At 8.30pm tomorrow the campaign will unite people across the world for 60 minutes in a common goal – to take better care of Earth, now and for the future.
Earth Hour started in Sydney, Australia in 2007 with 2.2 million supporters. This annual campaign has grown rapidly every year since then, and in 2010 an amazing 128 countries and territories joined in the global display, brought together by a shared hope for a brighter future. Hundreds of millions of individuals turned off their lights, and iconic buildings and landmarks across the world switched off for 60 minutes.
Our friends at People’s Postcode Lottery are getting right behind the campaign which is organised by WWF – read more here.
If you’re one of the hundreds of millions of individuals that have shown you care by switching off for Earth Hour in the past, then why not go one step further this year? Go beyond the hour. Find out more at www.earthhour.org
Will you switch off and show your support for our planet?