‘Observing Earth Hour on March 23’

Earth Hour, a global grassroots movement that originated in Sydney, Australia, has become a significant event in raising awareness about climate change. Since its inception in 2007, Earth Hour encourages individuals to dedicate at least one hour to activities that benefit the environment. This can be as simple as turning off lights for an hour. The event has gained immense popularity, with millions of people worldwide participating each year. Earth Hour has also played a role in driving sustainability efforts globally, leading to impactful policy changes aimed at preserving habitats and preventing further environmental degradation.

Mark your calendars for Earth Hour 2024, which will take place from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. on March 23. Participate in this movement by engaging in eco-friendly activities during this hour. For more information and activity ideas, visit the Earth Hour website. Let’s join hands in making a difference for our planet.