Saturday, 28 March 2015

Earth Hour


"It's not about which country you're from, it's about what planet we're from." 

Earth hour has arrived and it's time to switch off and get involved! 

WWF's Earth Hour first started back in 2007, when the first ever event took place in Sydney, Australia, and by 2008 the word had spread, resulting in the UK getting involved for the first time, alongside 371 cities and towns in more than 35 other countries. Skip a few years to last year and a record breaking 162 countries took part, that means that over 3/4 of the world was in darkness…let's make this year the biggest year yet. Earth Hour is a global annual event that involves hundreds of thousands of people all across the world switching off their lights to show that they care for our planet.

Various events are going on all across the world, from a lights-out event at Niagara Falls to the World's largest Candlelit dinner in Finland and so much more.

There's so much that you can do for Earth Hour, from having a candlelit dinner party with friends to playing board games, building a fort, and even just gazing up at the stars.

This is our planet, it's time to show what it means to us.

Until next time…


p.s. let's make this year the darkest year yet! 

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