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Earth Hour

Earth hour is a worldwide movement that started with a mission. 

It is an annual event that aims to raise awareness about the importance of taking action to protect our planet from climate change. During this time, people all around the world turn off non-essential lights and electronics in their homes and workplace for one hour as a symbol of their commitment to preserving the environment.

This movement also encourages individuals, schools, and businesses to take the initiative in helping provide solutions to our environmental issues. The event is also meant to remind us of the need to reduce our carbon footprint and to take action to slow down climate change. By turning off our lights for one hour, we can save energy and reduce our greenhouse gas emissions.

Participating in Earth Hour is easy, and we can make it a fun and educational experience. Here are some tips on how you can participate and create an impact on our planet.

  1. Turn off lights and non-essential electronics for one hour. 
  2. Turn off and unplug appliances that are not being used.
  3. Eat locally-grown food to lower the carbon cost of your meals.
  4. Recycle!

Earth hour will happen on March 25, 2023, at 8:30 p.m.

As global citizens, it is our responsibility to protect and preserve our planet by supporting Earth Hour. Let’s join the movement and give an hour to our planet!

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