When is Earth Hour 2018 and how do I take part?: Being a citizen of Earth this is not an easy task but still, this is our duty to protect the Earth, as Earth is the place which gives us residences to live and these days more people are waking up to emphasized on safeguard the Earth and its natural resources.
The WWF wants to make us remember the importance of preserving the environment which is the beauty of our planet – and some related campaign recognized and launched for this global event known as the Earth Hour.
Yes, the annual Earth Hour is regarded as a way of the approaching in order to protect our environment. But what does it involve? How can you be a part of it? And how common public can take part in it?
This time the Earth Hour, falls on 24th March 2018, starting at 8.30pm and finishing at 9.30pm, local time. In order to join the celebration of Earth Hour, you all need to switch off your lights and electrical appliances for the full hour, to display the solidarity with those fighting for a cleaner, more sustainable Earth.
The Earth’s biggest landmarks, which is consists of the Sydney Opera House, the Eiffel Tower, Buckingham Palace, and Edinburgh Castle, switch off lights as a visual display of their commitment also anyhow.
Around nine million people turned off for the Earth Hour in 2017. This time you can also take part in this Earth Hour movement by switch offing all electrical appliances’ and light on this Saturday.
They are exchanges to the green energy, reusing or composting leftovers, turn-off your washing machine down to 30 degrees, shifting to an electric car, investing in a reusable cup or bottle, reusing plastic cutlery or becoming a ‘flexitarian’ (a primarily vegetarian diet).
You can also choose your way to use this Earth Hour opportunity properly.
You can use the hashtag #Connect2Earth to invites your friends to join you in the social media chat in order to discuss specialty of this day.
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