Earth Hour is WWF's global environmental movement. As one of the first open-sourced climate change campaigns, Earth Hour has grown from a symbolic event in one city to the world's largest grassroots movement for the environment. In 2014, Earth Hour engaged individuals, business and organisations in over 7,000 cites and 162 countries and territories during the hour and beyond. In 2015, Earth Hour aims to harness the power of its millions of supporters worldwide to change climate change.
1 April, 2014 – On Saturday 29 March the UN system participated widely in the 2014 edition of Earth Hour, a symbolic global initiative organized by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) encouraging individuals, companies, organizations and governments throughout the world to switch off their lights […]
The 2014 edition of Earth Hour will take place on Saturday 29 March and everyone around the world is invited to switch off their lights for one hour from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m., local time worldwide.
This symbolic global initiative organized by the World Wildlife Fund […]