EARTH HOUR: A global call to action

Since its creation in 2007, by World Wildlife Fund’s, the Earth Hour has been renowned for its iconic “lights out” moment, with landmarks and homes worldwide turning off their lights to mark their commitment to the planet. 

This year on March 23rd, 2024, at 8:30 pm local time, numerous members of the LUCI network, including cities of Amsterdam, Budapest, Brussels, Jyväskylä, Montpellier, Paris, Rabat, and many more, participated in this movement by switching off the lights of public buildings and major monuments for one hour.

Earth Hour’s significance extends beyond merely turning off the lights, it also encourages engaging in ecological actions during this hour, from learning about nature by watching documentaries to embracing eco-friendly practices and sustainable diets, there is something for everyone. 

You can check out the different actions taken in this website.

Finally this year, this initiative continues to reinforce the message that every individual has the power to make a difference and goes even further. As of right now, it is also a call to action, urging us to do Earth Hour every day, and participating in different ecological actions every day for an hour.

© 2024 WWF – World Wide Fund For Nature – Earth Hour

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