Earth Hour 2020 – it’s Time to Switch off and Connect to Earth

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Tonight, on March 28, 8.30 PM your local time, it’s time for Earth Hour 2020. Started in Sydney 2007 by the world’s leading conservation organization, WWF, and its partners, Earth Hour is today one of the world’s largest grassroots movements for the environment, engaging millions of people all over the world.

Well, no. We won’t solve the climate crisis by turning off the lights for one hour. But not to forget, as a symbolic event, Earth Hour has become an important catalyst for a positive environmental impact that has driven several legislative changes by harnessing the power of the people.

So. Remember to switch off tonight. It’s time to Connect to Earth.

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