Celebrate your commitment to the planet on Saturday, March 29 at 8:30 PM by turning off all non-essential lights for a one hour period!Earth Hour is a global campaign to raise awareness for environmental issues and consider the most important thing we have in common – our planet. In its eighth year, Earth Hour has grown to a global movement and is observed in over 150 countries and territories.
To celebrate, you can have a candle lit dinner or make your way outside to see the stars – the possibilities are endless just turn off those lights! Without a doubt, Earth Hour shows how great things can be achieved when people come together for a common cause.
The Eiffel Tower before and during Earth Hour