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Lights switch of for Earth Hour

Join millions worldwide for Earth Hour 2013!

Begin your own Earth Hour event at your house, work environment or city. At 8.30 pm on 23 March hundreds of millions of people will shut off their lights for one hour, on the exact same night, all throughout the world in a significant, symbolic show of support.

Earth Hour is an simple idea that quickly became an international phenomenon. Hundreds of millions of people all over the world switch off their lights for one hour on the exact same evening, to focus on the one thing that unifies us all - our world.

This is the hour when the world goes dark, shutting off lights as a symbolic motion to protect heaven Planet we call house. Since Earth Hour's creation in 2007 in Sydney, Australia, where 2.2 million Sydneysiders and 2100 companies shut off their lights for an hour, this movement has spread to include the even more than 151 nations and hundreds of states, cities, towns and rural communities that have actually pledged to go dark this year.

It is easy to forget how much we rely on the world for numerous things like food, fuel, water and fresh air and that the actions we take - from the energy we utilize to the food we buy - have an impact on the planet.

Earth Hour is our possibility to make and reveal our commitment to safeguard our planet not simply for one hour a year, but every day. For 2013 as all of us turn off our lights, the focus to be on the kind of energy we utilize. Since to create a much better future for our world we require to relocate far from grimy fossil fuels and onto clean green sustainable energy which deals with the outstanding power of nature, not against it.


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