Published on: Mar 24, 2023 | Written by: Varnika Srivastava
In order to highlight the importance of the earth's natural environment, we will turn down the lights worldwide for one hour on Saturday, March 25, from 20:30 to 21:30. We are sending a strong message with this worldwide movement: we must transition from losing nature to gaining it. If we decide to do it jointly, it is doable.
Earth Hour was first introduced by WWF and collaborators in Sydney, Australia, in 2007, and it has now expanded into the biggest global grassroots environmental movement. Participants are urged to learn about, get in touch with, and assist repair our environment this year in addition to the symbolic lights-out activity. There are various ways to observe Environment Hour, including reading about biodiversity loss, spending some peaceful time in nature, picking up rubbish, and planting native trees.
For more information, do check out this website: https://www.earthhour.org/