On Saturday 28 March between 8.30pm and 9.30pm wherever we live, we will unite with millions of others around the world to show our commitment to the planet, by keeping Earth Hour.
In the midst of the global COVID-19 health crisis, Earth Hour 2020 marks a moment of solidarity for the planet and continues to raise awareness and inspire action for Nature.
In many ways, Earth Hour goes further than simply turning off our lights and appliances for 60 minutes. It’s wider aim is to raise environmental awareness and responsibility for the protection of Earth and her limited natural resources.
One may participate in Earth Hour by:
- Turning off all non-essential lights between 8:30 and 9.30pm
- Encouraging one another in communities as well friends circles and families to participate in this global action for the sake of the planet.