THIS Saturday, March 26th at 8:30 p.m. the world will send a powerful message that climate change is an important priority. By turning off non-essential lighting for one hour – Earth Hour – hundreds of millions of people across the globe will demonstrate their support for lasting action in protecting the earth’s natural resources.
Established by the World Wildlife Fund, Earth Hour has grown from a citywide effort in 2007 to a global phenomenon that has captured the world’s attention. Each year, individuals, organizations, businesses and state and local governments unite to show their support by turning off the lights at home, the workplace and iconic landmarks such as the Empire State Building, the Las Vegas Strip, Sydney’s Opera House and more.READ MORE: Stimulus Check Latest: Who Is Getting A Plus-Up Payment?
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Join with us and millions of Americans in endorsing a global call to action. Getting involved is easy:
- Visit the official Earth Hour website at www.earthhour.org
See Earth Hour commitments around the world and find out what’s happening in your community.
- Spread the Word
Invite your friends and family to join the call, become a fan on Facebook and post a link to the Earth Hour site on your profile page.
- Turn Out
Switch off your non-essential lighting from 8:30-9:30 p.m. local time on Saturday, March 26.
Thank you for helping make Earth Hour 2011 the biggest effort yet. Brought to you by AM 1090 and Don Willis Furniture.MORE NEWS: Watch The Derek Chauvin Trial Live