What's New | March 1st, 2011 |

Turn off the lights for one hour at 8:30pm on 27 March 2010

Earth Hour is a global event created by the people for the planet, and the commitment made goes beyond one hour. It symbolizes what can happen when the world acts together, and in celebration of the planet’s future. Earth Hour is held each year on the last Saturday in March — which means the next Earth Hour event will be held on Saturday 26 March, 2011. Mark it on your calendar now!

Earth Hour 2011 will go beyond the hour and the theme of climate change, by asking people to commit to environmentally sustainable action throughout the coming year. We need to ensure that we reduce our demands on Earth’s natural resources, as we are currently consuming more than the Earth can support. This is evident from our recently published “Ecological Footprint Report”. Let’s support Earth Hour and commit to consuming wisely and to choosing sustainable and low-carbon options!


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